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SUMMER 2012 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES - UMUC

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									The
uNdeRGRaduaTe
School


SUMMER 2012
Schedule
of claSSeS




                www.umuc.edu
Table of contents                             Welcome from the dean
1    Summer highlights                                                                  Welcome to the summer 2012 academic term at
                                                                                        UMUC. We are pleased to offer you this schedule
2    undergraduate Programs                                                             of courses for the Undergraduate School to help
3    important dates                                                                    you progress toward your degree by taking courses
                                                                                        this summer.
4    Where to find What you Need
                                                                           The Undergraduate School is committed to helping
6    Plan to Succeed
                                                                           students meet their educational and career goals
7    Stick to your Plan                                                    in ways that honor the many learning styles of
                                                                           adult students. UMUC is here to help you achieve
8    Tuition information                                                   the right competencies, skills, and knowledge
10 courses                                    sets to advance your career and life goals.
      10 Courses by Discipline
                                              As a student at UMUC, you have the opportunity to integrate your academic, extra-
      34 Courses Offered Online
                                              curricular, and workplace experiences to earn college credit toward your degree.
      47 Courses by Location                  Take advantage of our prior learning assessment program to demonstrate the
                                              competencies you have already achieved or our cooperative education model
61 Service locations
                                              to earn college credit while learning in the workplace.
62 Registration information
                                              At UMUC we don’t artificially separate classroom learning from real-life learning.
                                              We know you have learned a great deal in your career, community, and organi-
                                              zations. Let us help you translate that to college credit.

                                              I wish you great success this semester and welcome any suggestions and feedback
hybRid claSSeS have iT all                    you want to send me at deanundergrad@umuc.edu.

If you need the flexibility of online study   Sincerely,
but also crave the personal interaction
of an on-site class, you can have it all—
in one of UMUC’s online hybrid classes.
With a hybrid class, you attend class half    Marie A. Cini, PhD
as often—usually just once a week. In         Vice President and Dean
between on-site class meetings, you join      The Undergraduate School
your class online. This way, you still get
to meet your faculty member and fellow
students face-to-face, but you can enjoy
a freer schedule since you decide when
to log on to class. Check Courses by
Location for offerings at a site near you.

                                              Policy STaTemeNT

                                              This publication and its provisions do not constitute, and should not be regarded as, a contract between UMUC
                                              and any party or parties. At the time of publication, reasonable effort was made to ensure the factual accuracy of
                                              the information. However, this publication is not a complete statement of all policies, procedures, rules, regulations,
                                              academic requirements, and tuition and fees applicable to UMUC, its students, or its programs. In addition, changes
                                              or additions may be made to the policies, procedures, rules, regulations, and academic requirements set out in this
                                              publication. UMUC reserves the right to make these changes and additions to the information in this publication
                                              without prior notice. When a curriculum or graduation requirement is changed, it is not made retroactive unless
                                              the change is to the student’s advantage and can be accommodated within the span of years normally required
                                              for graduation. See additional policies on inside back cover.
SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                         HONOR SOCIETY CHAPTER HONORED
                                                                                          UMUC’s Maryland Theta chapter of Pi Gamma
                                                                                          Mu, the International Honor Society for the
                                                                                          Social Sciences, received two chapter honors
UMUC UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL TEAM REACHES                                                    at the Triennial Convention, which was held in
                                                                                          Washington, D.C., in October.
MARYLAND CYBER CHALLENGE FINALS
                                                                                          Maryland Theta was one of only six chapters
The UMUC Cyber Padawans, a team of UMUC cybersecurity students representing               named to the Roll of Distinction, the highest
the Undergraduate School, was one of eight teams to reach the final round in the          chapter honor bestowed annually by the society.
college division at the first annual Maryland Cyber Challenge cybersecurity competi-      In addition, Maryland Theta received the
tion, held October 21–22, 2011, in Baltimore, Maryland.                                   Joseph B. James Chapter Incentive Award for
                                                                                          outstanding new chapter. The Executive Board
A total of 52 teams competed in three divisions—high school, college, and professional.   and Awards Committee cited the chapter’s
Team members were asked to “harden” networks and computer systems against                 highly successful recruitment efforts and its
intrusions, evaluate systems that had been compromised, and “break into” simulated        commitment to recognizing the achievements
servers to collect information.                                                           of nontraditional and military students across
                                                                                          the globe. The award included a cash prize that
The Cyber Padawans were coached by Jeff Tjiputra, with help from Paul Bicknell,           the chapter will use to help a graduating senior
Steve Choyce, Stephen Nieberding, and Undergraduate School faculty member                 travel to spring commencement exercises.
Manish Patel. Team members included UMUC undergraduate students Doug
Chaffee (co-captain), Christopher Kuehl (co-captain), Hamid “David” Ahmadpour,            In addition to chapter honors, three Maryland
Angela Jenkins, Alfred Eric Jones, and Matt Matchen. All were enthusiastic about          Theta students were invited to present academic
the experience they gained and eager to return for next year’s competition.               papers in the historic Kennedy Caucus Room
                                                                                          of the U.S. Senate Building. The students and
“We couldn’t be more proud that our ‘cyber warriors’ reached the finals of the            their scholarly works are
Maryland Cyber Challenge and represented UMUC so well,” said UMUC President
Susan C. Aldridge. “We thank them for their skill and hard work, and we are grate-        • Susan Bearns: “White Hegemony and
ful, too, that as they take their skills and abilities into the workforce, we can sleep     the Perpetuation of Native American
a little better at night knowing that they will be doing their part to make our data        Mascots in Sports”
and critical infrastructures that much less vulnerable to attack.”                        • Hannah Monroe-Morse: “Russian Intelligence-
                                                                                            Gathering in the United States”
The Maryland Cyber Challenge was sponsored by SAIC; University of Maryland,
Baltimore County; the Tech Council of Maryland; the National Cyber Security Alliance      • Rachel Russell: “Hezbollah: Political Islam
(NCSA); and the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development.                   and the Party of God”

For more information about UMUC’s cybersecurity and information assurance
programs, visit www.umuc.edu/ugp.                                                         FACULTY MEMBER’S BOOK
                                                                                          ON BESTSELLER LISTS
                                                                                          The 9-to-5 Cure: Work on Your Own Terms
UMUC WINS 2011 UPCEA AWARD                                                                and Reinvent Your Life, the latest book by
                                                                                          adjunct faculty member Kristin Cardinale, PhD,
FOR FACULTY SUMMER SEMINAR                                                                has appeared on multiple Amazon bestseller
                                                                                          lists since publication—including ranking #1
The Undergraduate School’s Online Summer Seminar Series for Social Science
                                                                                          on Amazon-USA’s Movers and Shakers list—
Faculty received the 2011 Faculty and Staff Development Award from the University
                                                                                          and has been featured on the homepages of
Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) Mid-Atlantic Region.
                                                                                          AOL, MSN, Yahoo!, and CNN. The New York
The award is given to recognize advances in faculty and staff development programs
                                                                                          Times also credits Cardinale with coining
including conferences, instruction, academic support, and other services.
                                                                                          a new term in the American lexicon—
                                                                                          “patchworker”—to describe an innovative
As the principal U.S. organization for continuing higher education, UPCEA works
                                                                                          employment strategy for the 21st century.
to promote excellence in the field, increase access through a wide array of educational
programs and services, and enhance the ability of member institutions to provide high
                                                                                          For the past three years, Cardinale has taught
quality, continuing education programs by promoting standards of good practice.
                                                                                          EDCP 100, which focuses on the study, inter-
                                                                                          personal, and self-management skills needed
                                                                                          to achieve academic success.
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

           Whether you’re preparing for career advancement, career change, or graduate school, you’ll find
           a degree or certificate program to help you achieve your goal. You may choose from 33 majors,
           and 38 minors. Most of these programs can be completed entirely online.



Majors                                                          Minors                                                         Certificate Programs ✢
Accounting                                                      Accounting                                                     Accounting—Introductory
Biotechnology ✱                                                 African American studies                                       Accounting—Advanced
Business administration                                         Art✦                                                           Applied Behavioral and Social Sciences
Communication studies                                           Art history✦                                                   Business Project Management
Computer and information science                                Biology                                                        Clinical Mental Health Care
Computer networks and security                                  Business administration                                        Computer Graphics and Design✦
Computer science                                                Business law and public policy                                 Computer Networking
Criminal justice                                                Business supply chain management                               Criminal Justice Intelligence
Cybersecurity                                                   Communication studies                                          Database Design and Implementation
Digital media and Web technology                                Computing                                                      Database Management
East Asian studies                                              Criminal justice                                               Desktop Publishing
Emergency management                                            Customer service management                                    Diversity Awareness
English                                                         East Asian studies                                             Financial Management
Environmental management                                        Economics                                                      Fraud Investigation
Finance                                                         Emergency management                                           Game Development
Fire service administration                                     English                                                        Health Issues for the Aging Adult
General studies✱✱                                               Environmental management                                       Human Development
Gerontology                                                     Finance                                                        Human Resource Management
Global business and public policy                               Fire service administration                                    Information Assurance
Graphic communication ✦                                         Forensics                                                      Information Management
History                                                         Gerontology                                                    Internet Technologies
Homeland security                                               History                                                        Management Foundations
Humanities                                                      Homeland security                                              Object-Oriented Design and Programming
Human resource management                                       Humanities                                                     Paralegal Studies
Information systems management                                  Human resource management                                      Project Management for IT Professionals
Investigative forensics                                         International business management                              Terrorism and Institutions: Prevention
Laboratory management ✱                                         Journalism                                                         and Response✦
Legal studies                                                   Marketing                                                      Visual Basic Programming
Management studies                                              Mathematical sciences✦                                         Web Design
Marketing                                                       Microbiology✦                                                  Workplace Communications
Political science                                               Natural science                                                Workplace Spanish
Psychology                                                      Philosophy
Social science                                                  Political science
                                                                Psychology
                                                                Sociology
                                                                Speech communication
                                                                Strategic and entrepreneurial management
                                                                Women’s studies



✱       Available only to students with associate’s degrees or equivalent coursework in specific fields; not available online. Consult an advisor.
✱✱      Not available stateside; not available online. Consult an advisor.
✦       Not available online.
✢       More information about certificates, including gainful employment disclosures, is available at www.umuc.edu/ugcertificates.

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IMPORTANT DATES

          Note the following important dates and deadlines in your calendar.
          Visit www.umuc.edu/calendar for up-to-date information. See p. 61 or
          visit www.umuc.edu/locate for location information.



    SESSION DATES*                                          REGISTRATION DATES                                         DEADLINES
    SUMMER 2012 (MAY 14–AUGUST 19)                          February 13–Class start date                               TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
    On-site session 1     May 14–July 8                     ONLINE                                                     Summer 2012 April 1
    On-site session 2     June 25–August 19                                                                            Fall 2012   June 1
                                                            Go to MyUMUC (https://my.umuc.edu) at any time.
    Online session 1      May 14–July 8                                                                                Spring 2013 November 1
    Online session 2      June 4–July 29                    ON-SITE
                                                                                                                       TO APPLY TO COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
    Online session 3      June 25–August 19                 On-site registration is available during regular
                                                            office hours at the following locations (see p. 61
                                                                                                                       Summer 2012 February 1
    FALL 2012 (AUGUST 20–DECEMBER 16)                                                                                  Fall 2012   May 1
                                                            for phone numbers):
    On-site session 1 August 20–October 14
    On-site session 2 October 22–                           • Aberdeen Proving Ground                                  TO APPLY TO PRIOR LEARNING
                      December 16                           • Anacostia-Bolling                                        A week before session start date
    Online session 1 August 20–October 14                     (Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling)                           (See www.umuc.edu/priorlearning for
    Online session 2 September 10–                          • Andrews (Joint Base Andrews Naval                        specific dates.)
                      November 4                              Air Facility Washington)
    Online session 3 October 1–                             • Arundel Mills                                            TO APPLY FOR A DIPLOMA OR
                      November 25                                                                                      CERTIFICATE ✢
                                                            • Bethesda
    Online session 4 October 22–                              (Walter Reed National Military                           August 2012   June 15
                      December 16                             Medical Center)                                          December 2012 October 1
                                                            • Dorsey Station                                           May 2013      February 15
    OFFICE CLOSINGS
                                                            • Fort Belvoir                                             TO APPLY FOR CHANGE IN RESIDENCY
    See Courses by Location for holidays at
                                                            • Fort Meade
    individual sites.                                                                                                  June 25
                                                            • Hagerstown
    May 28
                                                            • Largo                                                    TO APPLY FOR REINSTATEMENT
    July 4
                                                            • Marine Corps Base Quantico                               Summer 2012        April 15
                                                            • Myer-Henderson Hall (Joint Base                          Fall 2012          July 15
    COMMENCEMENT
                                                              Myer-Henderson Hall)                                     Spring 2013        November 15
    May 12, 2012
                                                            • Patuxent River Naval Air Station
                                                                                                                       TO WITHDRAW FROM CLASS
                                                            • Shady Grove
                                                                                                                       Before 65 percent of the session is over
                                                            • Southern Maryland
                                                                                                                       See www.umuc.edu/withdrawals for
                                                              Higher Education Center
                                                                                                                       specific dates.
                                                            • Waldorf Center




*     Dates for four-week sessions (for intensive format classes) are provided in Online Courses and Courses by Location.
✢     More information about certificates, including gainful employment disclosures, is available at www.umuc.edu/ugcertificates.


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WHERE TO FIND WHAT YOU NEED

           On your path to an undergraduate degree or certificate ✢, you’ll find UMUC
           is with you every step of the way. To find the support you need to succeed
           throughout your program, refer to the following information.


Your First Stop                                              Writing Assistance                                        Prior Learning
                                                             You can receive feedback on your writing                  UMUC provides two ways for you to earn
MyUMUC Portal                                                assignments from expert advisors and                      credit for what you already know—Credit
You can read the latest news at UMUC,                        use online writing and research resources                 by Examination and Portfolio. Details
keep track of all your records, register for                 through the Effective Writing Center. Find                on each method and an orientation to
courses, pay your tuition, apply for financial               out how at www.umuc.edu/writingcenter.                    Portfolio are available at www.umuc.edu/
aid, and much more through MyUMUC                                                                                      priorlearning. You can also call 800-888-
(https://my.umuc.edu). And you can link                                                                                UMUC, ext. 2-2890. The e-mail address is
                                                             Computing Information                                     priorlearning@umuc.edu.
directly to WebTycho, the UMUC home
page, and library services from any page.                    and Resources
                                                             Computing Facilities                                      Other Important Information
Academic Resources                                           Many UMUC sites provide computing                         Class Cancellation
                                                             facilities for the use of students. For
Center for Student Success                                                                                             If you’re taking classes on-site, you can
                                                             more information, visit www.umuc.edu/
To help you boost your potential, the under-                 computerlabs. Note: There are fees to                     check to see if your individual site is closed
graduate Center for Student Success can                      print; costs vary by site.                                by clicking on “Weather Information”
help you link up with other students and                                                                               from either the UMUC home page (www.
mentors in your field. See www.umuc.edu/                                                                               umuc.edu) or the MyUMUC log-in page
                                                             Online Study—Technical
studentsuccess and click on “Mentors/                                                                                  or by calling 301-985-SNOW.
                                                             Requirements and Assistance
Tutors” for details.
                                                             Most UMUC students take at least some                     Policies
                                                             of their coursework online. If you haven’t
Library Services                                                                                                       UMUC posts its official policies—from
                                                             tried an online course yet, go to www.umuc.
Extensive library resources are available                    edu/411 and register for UMUC 411, which                  shared governance to transfer credit—online
online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.                   provides an orientation to online study.                  at www.umuc.edu/policy.
You can also receive librarian assistance in                 If you need technical assistance in access-
person, via instant messaging, or by phone                   ing your online course, call 800-360-UMUC                 Student Advisory Council
at 800-888-UMUC (8682), ext. 2-2020,                         (8682) or visit support@umuc.edu.                         As a student, your opinion matters.
during regular office hours or by e-mail at
                                                                                                                       For information on the Student Advisory
library@umuc.edu or online chat 24 hours                                                                               Council, see www.umuc.edu/gov/stac.
a day. Visit www.umuc.edu/library for a                      Innovative Credit Options
complete list of library services.
                                                             Cooperative Education                                     Student Services
Tutoring                                                     You can earn upper-level undergraduate
                                                             credit for new learning in the workplace                  Academic Advising
If you need extra help in one of your                        related to your academic discipline. To                   Your UMUC advisor can help you stay
subjects, UMUC can provide a list of                         find out more, see www.umuc.edu/coop                      on track during your degree or certificate
possible tutors (subject areas are limited).                 or call 800-888-UMUC, ext. 2-2890. The                    program and help you get ready for gradua-
Help is also available in some subjects                      e-mail address is coop@umuc.edu.                          tion. You can contact your advisor by
at College Park and Largo. See www.
                                                                                                                       e-mail, by phone (see contact information on
umuc.edu/ugtutors for more information.


✢       More information about certificates, including gainful employment disclosures, is available at www.umuc.edu/ugcertificates.

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this page), or in person at many regional sites   UMUC’s monthly payment plan, employer-
(see list of local service locations on p. 61     provided tuition assistance, and Golden ID
or visit www.umuc.edu/locate for detailed         benefits for seniors; go to www.umuc.edu/         Important Contact
information on service sites nationwide).         payoptions. For more information, call            Information at-a-Glance
Contact information and links to related areas    800-888-UMUC.
are available at www.umuc.edu/ugadvising.                                                            Phone
For information on specific advising concerns,
                                                  Graduation Services                                UMUC Main Number                         800-888-UMUC
see the following Web pages:
                                                                                                     To reach a specific office, listen for the prompt and enter
                                                  Graduation Services provides support               option 3 and then the appropriate extension.
• Transfer Credit
                                                  related to the graduation process, including
  www.umuc.edu/ugtransfercredit                                                                      TTY                                        240-684-2277
                                                  the clearance/review of program require-
• Degree Requirements                             ments and processing of diploma applica-           Career Services                               ext. 2-6785
  www.umuc.edu/ugrequirements                     tions. For assistance, contact the office at       Class Cancellations                      301-985-SNOW
• Degree Planning Worksheet                       graduationserv@umuc.edu.
  www.umuc.edu/worksheets                                                                            Cooperative Education                         ext. 2-2890
                                                                                                     Disability Services                         ext. 2-2287
You should also go to MyUMUC (see p. 4)           Military Students                                                                     or 240-684-2277 TTY
to access your degree progress report, request
a UMUC transcript, or complete an applica-        UMUC has a long history of serving the             Exams and Testing Services                    ext. 2-2600
tion for diploma.                                 military. For information on programs
                                                                                                     Financial Aid                            option 1, then 2
                                                  and services specifically related to military
                                                  students, see military.umuc.edu and                Information and Library Services              ext. 2-2020
Career Services                                   military.umuc.edu/scholarships. Army               Military Advising Team                     877-275-8682
Career planning assistance for job searching,     students should also be sure to register via
                                                                                                     Prior Learning                                ext. 2-2890
résumé writing, and improving your inter-         GoArmyEd (www.GoArmyEd.com).
                                                  The e-mail address for the UMUC Military           Student Accounts                         option 1, then 1
view skills, as well as many other resources,
is available through Career Services. To          Advising Team is military@umuc.edu.                Technical Support for
access these services and job listings, visit                                                        WebTycho and MyUMUC                      800-360-UMUC
www.umuc.edu/careerservices. The e-mail           Textbooks                                          Undergraduate School                          ext. 2-2800
address is careerservices@umuc.edu.
                                                  Textbooks and other course materials are           Veterans Advising Team                     800-939-8682
                                                  available through MBS Direct. Visit www.
Disability Services                               umuc.edu/bookstore for more information.           E-Mail
If you need accommodations because of a           You can also contact MBS Direct directly:
                                                                                                     General Information                umucinfo@umuc.edu
disability, contact Disability Services four      MBS DIRECT
to six weeks before classes start by e-mail at                                                       Career Services             careerservices@umuc.edu
                                                  2711 West Ash Street
disabilityservices@umuc.edu or by phone                                                              Cooperative Education                   coop@umuc.edu
                                                  Columbia, MO 65203
at 800-888-UMUC, ext. 2-2287 (or 240-                                                                Exams and Testing Services            exams@umuc.edu
                                                  Phone: 800-325-3252
684-2277 TTY). Also visit www.umuc.edu/
                                                  (International: 001-573-441-9179)                  Financial Aid                          finaid@umuc.edu
diversity/dss.cfm for more information.
                                                  Fax: 800-499-0143
                                                                                                     Graduation Services         graduationserv@umuc.edu
                                                  (International: 091-573-446-5254)
Exams and Testing Services                                                                           Information and Library
                                                                                                     Services                              library@umuc.edu
If you need to take a placement test for Eng-     Veterans Benefits
lish or math, you’ll find information and                                                            Military Advising Team              military@umuc.edu
directions at www.umuc.edu/testing. The           Information about U.S. Department of Vet-          Prior Learning                priorlearning@umuc.edu
e-mail address is exams@umuc.edu.                 erans Affairs educational benefits and how
                                                                                                     Student Accounts           studentaccounts@umuc.edu
                                                  to apply is available at military.umuc.edu/
                                                  vabenefits. For more information, contact          Undergraduate Advising           ugadvising@umuc.edu
Financial Aid and Payment Options                 the UMUC Veterans Advising Team at                 Veterans Advising Team              veterans@umuc.edu
Information about financial aid options           veterans@umuc.edu or 800-939-UMUC
and how to apply is available at www.umuc.        (8682).
edu/financialaid. You can also learn more
about other payment options, including


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PLAN TO SUCCEED

       Carefully planning the route to your UMUC degree is the best way to assure that you reach
       your destination.



1. SCHEDULE
At UMUC, there’s a detailed degree plan-
ning worksheet for each major that can
help you plan your education from initial
registration to graduation (see p. 7). Many
academic programs have courses that must
be taken in sequence, and starting your
education with a degree planning worksheet
in hand—and periodically checking your
progress against it—is a simple way to ensure
that you don’t waste time or money.


2. MODERATE
College-level coursework is challenging         If you foresee a problem with dates for           5. PREPARE
and time-consuming, so be realistic with        exams or assignments because of your work
                                                                                                  UMUC puts a wealth of superior academic
your course load. Make sure you consider        or family responsibilities, check with your
                                                                                                  support services at your fingertips—from
how your responsibilities, such as career       faculty member early in the session. Faculty
                                                                                                  advising and career planning to extensive
and family life, may affect your study time.    policies on extensions and makeup work dif-
                                                                                                  library services, tutoring, and writing
When you sign up for a class, expect to         fer, and you should be sure you have a clear
                                                                                                  assistance. The Center for Student Success
spend at least twice as many hours working      understanding with your faculty member.
                                                                                                  (www.umuc.edu/studentsuccess) can also
on coursework outside the classroom as you
                                                                                                  help by connecting you to fellow students
do inside the classroom. And remember that
                                                4. COMMUNICATE                                    (through student clubs and honor societies),
online classes demand as great a time com-
                                                                                                  experts in your field, tutors, and mentors.
mitment as on-site classes (except for the      Don’t be afraid to ask questions or share your    Check out Where to Find What You Need
commute). Special courses such as EXCL          perspective. Faculty members are not only         in this schedule, and don’t hesitate to ask for
301 Learning Analysis and Planning—which        ready and willing to explain assignments or       help. Your advisor can always help you find
grants credit for experiential learning—can     offer suggestions on how to improve your          the right source of assistance. At UMUC,
be even more time-consuming. Courses in         work, but they can also serve as mentors, job     we want you to succeed.
accelerated formats also require more time      references, and networking contacts. Classmates
per week than those in standard eight-week      can be a source of academic inspiration and
sessions. For help, talk with an advisor.       professional support as well. At UMUC,            6. UPDATE
                                                good relationships with both faculty mem-
                                                                                                  Go to MyUMUC—https://my.umuc.edu—
                                                bers and classmates can pay big dividends.
3. ANTICIPATE                                                                                     every day to keep up to date with the latest
                                                If you have a problem with a class or with        news and information about the Under-
Whether you are taking your class online or
                                                a faculty member, you can also contact the        graduate School.
on-site, you can access your syllabus online
                                                academic department. Your advisor can help
through WebTycho a week before class
                                                you find the appropriate point of contact or
begins. The syllabus describes the purpose
                                                program director.
of the course, how it will be graded, and the
due dates for assignments and examinations.
Read it thoroughly and check your own
schedule for conflicts.



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STICK TO YOUR PLAN

        Taking advantage of UMUC’s many services and resources can make it easier to get from
        registration to graduation.



What courses fulfill the requirements?                   FOLLOW A CLEAR SEQUENCE                                   description to review prerequisites and
When is the best time to take them? Putting                                                                        course equivalencies (the last sentence of
                                                         If you’re still in the early stages of your college
together a degree plan can seem like putting                                                                       most descriptions). Your advisor can clarify
                                                         career, you’ll find the worksheet helpful in
together a jigsaw puzzle—6 credits of this,                                                                        the consequences of your choices and help
                                                         showing you how to build the foundation
4 credits of that, 30 or more credits of the                                                                       make sure that you fulfill all requirements.
                                                         for further study, starting with basic skills
major. But UMUC has replaced the puzzle
                                                         in English composition, math, and library                 If you’re going to complete a minor (which
with simple degree planning worksheets
                                                         research—the required “first courses”:                    is recommended) or a certificate ✢ along
that tell you how and when to fulfill all the
                                                         LIBS 150 Information Literacy and                         with your major, you should copy the
degree requirements, from the first course
                                                         Research Methods, WRTG 101 Introduc-                      requirements for the minor or certificate ✢
to your last, for each major.
                                                         tion to Writing, and either MATH 106                      from the catalog onto your worksheet. Then
Degree planning worksheets are available for             Finite Mathematics or a higher-numbered                   check each course off on the worksheet as
every major at www.umuc.edu/worksheets,                  math course (depending on your major).                    you complete it.
and a more general one is available for
                                                         Even if you have already completed all the
those who haven’t yet decided on a major.
                                                         general education requirements, the work-
If you need help deciding on a major, go                                                                           FIND THE HELP YOU NEED
                                                         sheets can help ensure that you take your
to www.umuc.edu/majorchoice for some                                                                               The degree planning worksheets are an excel-
                                                         remaining coursework in the right sequence
helpful pointers.                                                                                                  lent tool, but remember to communicate
                                                         so that you fulfill prerequisites and take basic
                                                         courses before tackling upper-level courses.              with your advisor regularly. Your advisor can
                                                                                                                   assist you with course selection and help you
START WITH YOUR DEGREE                                                                                             understand the requirements for your degree.
PROGRESS REPORT                                          LOOK FOR                                                  You can reach an undergraduate advisor at
If you haven’t already done so, your first               RECOMMENDATIONS                                           ugadvising@umuc.edu or 800-888-UMUC.
step should be to make sure that UMUC
                                                         Recommendations can guide you toward
receives official transcripts of any other
                                                         the most appropriate choices in some areas
college-level courses you’ve taken. Once
                                                         of the degree plan—and the recommended
your official transcripts have been received                                                                             There’s a Degree Planning
                                                         courses are widely available, so you won’t
and you have selected a major, your transfer                                                                             Worksheet for Every Major
                                                         have trouble finding them when you’re ready
credit will be reviewed in the degree progress                                                                           www.umuc.edu/worksheets
                                                         to take them.
report. Your academic advisor can then
show you exactly if your transfer credit                 You do not have to take a recommended
relates to the requirements listed in the degree         course; you may choose from the other allow-                    Find Helpful Tips for Choosing
planning worksheet and what requirements                 able alternatives. However, if you vary from                    the Right Major
still remain.                                            the recommended courses or the sequence of                      www.umuc.edu/majorchoice
                                                         courses, it could affect other elements of your
                                                         degree plan. If you choose a lower-level course
                                                         where an upper-level one is recommended,
                                                         you may have to take additional upper-level
                                                         credit elsewhere to meet the upper-level
                                                         course minimum. You also have to be aware
                                                         of how your course choice relates to the rest
                                                         of your courses (especially required courses),
                                                         so you’ll need to carefully check the course


✢ More information about certificates, including gainful employment disclosures, is available at www.umuc.edu/ugcertificates.


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TUITION INFORMATION

         One of the key values that drives UMUC is affordability. Not only does UMUC
         make sure that the tuition rates listed below are competitive, but the university
         also helps you find ways to afford the cost of your education.


Tuition and Fees                                              Tuition per Credit                                          PRIOR LEARNING
                                                                                                                             Course-Challenge Examination/
Due at Time of Registration                                   MARYLAND RESIDENTS                                             Professional Project
                                                                  Undergraduate                                    $251      Undergraduate tuition rates apply. See above.
All tuition and fees are due at the time of                       Graduate                                         $458      EXCEL
registration unless you have                                                                                                 Undergraduate tuition rates apply for EXCL 301.
                                                              NONRESIDENTS OF MARYLAND                                       Portfolio evaluation (first evaluation) $250
• Applied for financial aid to cover tuition                      Undergraduate                                    $499
  and fees for this session                                                                                                  Each additional evaluation              $125
                                                                  Graduate                                         $659      Posting fee (per credit)                 $90
• Enrolled in UMUC’s interest-free monthly
  payment plan (see www.umuc.edu/                             ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY✱                                       SERVICE CHARGE FOR
  payoptions for more information)                            (Regardless of residency)                                   DISHONORED CHECKS                                   $30

• Submitted proof of employer-provided                            Undergraduate                                    $250   SHADY GROVE WEEKDAY DAYTIME
                                                                                                                          PROGRAM FEE                                        $8.50
  tuition assistance                                              Graduate                                         $458
                                                                                                                          (Per unit of credit; required for all weekday
                                                              Note: Only certain graduate courses are                     daytime classes)
If You Register
                                                              open to undergraduate students.
Online via MyUMUC          Payment is due with                                                                            TECHNOLOGY FEE                                      $15
                           registration or must be                                                                        (Per unit of credit; does not apply to
                                                              Fees ✦                                                      military students)
                           submitted by mail the day
                           of registration                                                                                TRANSCRIPTS
                                                              APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION                            $50
By mail, fax,              Payment must accompany                                                                         Regular service (per copy)                          $10
                                                              (Payable by all new students at time of application)
or in person               your registration
                                                              COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
Payment is expected by the due date. If you                   Undergraduate tuition rates apply.                          Available Methods of Payment
have not made full payment or payment                             Administrative fee                               $75    UMUC offers a variety of payment meth-
arrangements by the due date, your registra-
                                                              DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE                                  $50    ods. Payments can be made via
tion may be canceled.
                                                              (Applications for degree diplomas and certificates
                                                              must be submitted with a nonrefundable fee by               • Credit card (using American Express,
Mandatory Technology Fee                                      the deadline listed on p. 3.)                                 Discover, MasterCard, or Visa)

                                                              LABORATORY FEE                                       $40    • Money order
A technology fee of $15 per unit of credit
is charged at the time of registration to                     (Required for enrollment in BIOL 331)                       • Check (made payable to University of
improve the institutional information tech-                                                                                 Maryland University College)
nology infrastructure and help fund techno-                                                                               • E-check
logical advancements and tools to enhance
                                                                                                                          • Cash (in person at Largo only)
the student experience.




✱ Active-duty military personnel and their spouses, members of the Selected Reserve and National Guard, and some dependent children of active-duty military personnel
  are eligible for the military rate. Commissioned corps members of the U.S. Public Health Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and
  their spouses and some dependent children are also eligible. Some veterans who attended secondary school in Maryland are eligible for the Maryland resident tuition
  rate. See sections IV.C, D, E and F of the USM residency policy at http://www.umsa.umd.edu/regents/bylaws/SectionVIII/VIII270.html for specific details.
✦ Golden ID students are eligible for remission of tuition only. All other fees continue to apply.

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Registration payments—whether made by              tion by the deadline listed on p. 3 (earlier is    Tuition Refund   Classes in Sessions That
cash, check, money order, or credit card—          preferable) for the change to be effective for                      Last 5–9 Weeks
are final and may not be replaced by any           that session. For the full text of the USM         100%             Withdrawal before the class
type of tuition assistance. The tuition and        residency policy, visit www.usmd.edu/                               start date
fees listed are those in effect at the time of     regents/bylaws/SectionVIII/VIII270.html.
                                                                                                      75%              Withdrawal on and up to 6 days
publication, but are subject to change.
                                                                                                                       after the class start date
                                                   Tuition Refund Policy                              50%              Withdrawal 7–10 days after
Delinquent Accounts                                                                                                    the class start date
                                                   The official date used to determine a refund
In accordance with UMUC and the Board              of tuition is the date of the drop or withdrawal   0%               Withdrawal 11 or more days
of Regents, all students who fail to pay           transaction. Tuition charges are refunded                           after the class start date
charges incurred with UMUC will be trans-          according to the chart at right. Fees are not
ferred to the State Central Collection Unit.       refunded.                                          Tuition Refund   Classes in Sessions That
Additionally, UMUC has received authori-                                                                               Last 10 or More Weeks
zation from the Board of Regents to charge
students’ delinquent accounts a 17 percent         Withdrawals and Financial Aid                      100%             Withdrawal before the class
                                                                                                                       start date
collection fee and/or all attorney and court       If you are receiving financial aid and drop
costs incurred by the university. Once a past      a class, your financial aid awards may be          75%              Withdrawal on and up to 13 days
due balance with UMUC has been trans-                                                                                  after the class start date
                                                   canceled or reduced, depending on the type
ferred to the State Central Collection Unit,       of funds you are receiving and when you            50%              Withdrawal 14–20 days after
students’ information will be forwarded to         withdraw. If you are receiving Title IV federal                     the class start date
the credit bureau.                                 financial aid funds and withdraw from all          0%               Withdrawal 21 or more days
Requests for services (e.g., transcripts, diplo-   classes within the first 60 percent of the                          after the class start date
mas, commencement arrangements, transfer           academic session, your financial aid will be
credit review) may be denied until all debts       subject to a return of funds calculation, as
                                                   required by federal law. UMUC is required to       Tuition Refund   Classes in Sessions That
are paid in full. All undergraduate students                                                                           Last Less Than 5 Weeks
are required to pay undergraduate tuition          return to the federal government any federal
                                                                                                                       (Intensive Format Classes)
for all undergraduate courses in which they        financial aid funds that were “unearned”
                                                   based on the percentage of time you attended       100%             Withdrawal before the class
are enrolled.
                                                   class. If you stop attending all classes without                    start date
                                                   officially withdrawing, you will be subject to     0%               Withdrawal on and after the
Tuition and Fee Changes                            a return of funds calculation at the end of the                     class start date
                                                   session, based on the last documented date of
Tuition rates are subject to the approval of
                                                   attendance as determined by the faculty.           Students who withdraw on the first day
the University System of Maryland (USM)
                                                                                                      of class are not eligible for a 100 percent
Board of Regents. The rates may be changed,        Financial aid recipients should check with         refund. Note: This policy applies only to
or other charges may be included, as a result      a financial aid advisor before withdrawing         students who are not receiving federal
of the Board of Regents’ decisions.                from a course to determine the impact on           financial aid.
                                                   their award.
Notwithstanding any other provision of this
or any other university publication, the uni-      To withdraw from a course, you must follow
versity reserves the right to make changes in      UMUC’s withdrawal procedures, as out-
tuition, fees, and other charges anytime that      lined in the undergraduate catalog or online
such changes are deemed necessary by the           at www.umuc.edu/withdraw.
university and the USM Board of Regents.
                                                   For more information on the federal Title IV
                                                   refund policy, see www.umuc.edu/policy.
Change in Residency
If you wish to apply for a change to in-state      Refund for Class Cancellations
status, you must file a completed USM
Petition for Change in Residency Clas-             The university refunds 100 percent of tui-
sification for Admission, Tuition, and             tion and technology fees for classes canceled
Charge Differential, along with all required       by the university. The application fee is non-
documentation. You must submit the peti-           refundable, even when a class is canceled.


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COURSES BY DISCIPLINE

            In the following section, you will find courses organized alphabetically by discipline.
            For a general overview of the course content and the prerequisites for each course, go to
            the online schedule of classes or the undergraduate catalog.


                                                                                                                                                                   Updates to Course
    Key to Course Listing                                                                                                                                          Information
                                                                                                                                                                   Changes are sometimes made to course
                         Catalog
        Subject          Number                           Course Title                         Number of Units                                                     offerings after the schedule goes to press.
                                                                                                                                                                   Be sure to go to MyUMUC to check class
                                                                                                                                                                   availability and find out which course
      ACCT                 310            Intermediate Accounting (3)                                                                                              materials are required and (if applicable)
                                                                                                                                                                   your classroom building and number.
                                           College Park                                           Geographical Location or Format


                                          US1             (60038)               4071             M,W                6:45–10:25 p.m.                                Duplicate Credit
                                                                                                                                                                   Avoid duplicating courses you’ve already
                                         Session            Class              Section           Day(s)                        Time
                                       (see below)         Number              Number                                                                              taken—it can be costly. In certain cases, par-
                                                                                                                                                                   ticularly in technical subjects, some lower-
                                                                                                                                                                   level junior community college courses may
                                                                                                                                                                   be similar to beginning upper-level UMUC
                                                                                                                                                                   courses.
Key to Terms
                                                                                                                                                                   To protect your investment of educational
Online sessions 1–3 .................................................................................................................... OL1, OL2, OL3             effort and the value of the degree, UMUC
Eight-week sessions for online classes, with staggered start dates
                                                                                                                                                                   will not award credit for courses that repeat
On-site session 1 .......................................................................................................................................... US1   material you have been credited with
An eight-week session that starts at the beginning of the full-term session                                                                                        learning.
On-site session 2 .......................................................................................................................................... US2   If you’ve earned credit at other colleges, you
An eight-week session that starts mid-way through the full-term session
                                                                                                                                                                   are responsible for determining whether
Four-week sessions 1–3 ............................................................................................................. S41, S42, S43                 UMUC courses you plan to take duplicate
Four-week sessions for intensive format classes, with staggered start dates                                                                                        any credit you earned previously. If you are
Full-term session ...........................................................................................................................................FTS   in doubt, consult a UMUC academic advi-
The traditional semester of about 15 weeks, primarily for Cooperative Education courses                                                                            sor before you register.


                                                                                                                                                                   Placement Tests
                                                                                                                                                                   Proctored online placement testing through
                                                                                                                                                                   Accuplacer is required for all admitted stu-
                                                                                                                                                                   dents who require lower-level mathematics
                                                                                                                                                                   and writing courses. For more information,
                                                                                                                                                                   go to www.umuc.edu/testing.
                                                                                                                                                                   If you wish to take a language class and have
                                                                                                                                                                   prior experience with the language, you
                                                                                                                                                                   should take a placement test to determine
                                                                                                                                                                   which level class is appropriate for you. For
                                                                                                                                                                   information on language placement testing,


   10           U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
consult the Communication, Arts, and                          Accounting                                                    ACCT 321 Cost Accounting (3)
Humanities department or visit www.umuc.                                                                                             ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50639) 6380
edu/languagetesting.                                          ACCT 220 Principles of Accounting I (3)                                         OL2 (51900) 6980
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL3 (51902) 7380
                                                                               OL1 (50623) 6380                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
Prerequisites                                                                  OL2 (51877) 6980                                               US1 (50119) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL3 (51880) 7380
                                                                                                                                              Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
Most courses beyond the introductory                                           College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   US2 (51704) 5165 Th   6:30-9:30 p.m.
level expect that you have acquired basic                                      US1   (50102)   4010    M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               US1   (50103)   4025    Th   7–10 p.m.
knowledge in the area before enrolling.                                        US2   (50104)   4020    W    7–10 p.m.       ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
These expectations are stated as prerequisites                                 US2   (50105)   4055    Tu   7–10 p.m.                ONLINE
                                                                               US2   (50106)   4065    Th   7–10 p.m.                         OL1 (50641) 6380
and are listed at the beginning of the course
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (51903) 6980
description (available via the online schedule                ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting II (3)                                        OL3 (51904) 7380
of classes or the undergraduate catalog).                              ONLINE                                                                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               OL1 (50630) 6380                                               US1 (50120) 4035 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
MyUMUC will automatically alert you if                                         OL2 (51883) 6980                                               Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
you attempt to register for a class for which                                  OL3 (51885) 7380                                               US2 (51665) 5160 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
you have not met the prerequisites. If you                                     College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1   (50107)   4010    M    7–10 p.m.       ACCT 326 Accounting Information
have questions (or believe that you have met                                   US1   (50109)   4015    Tu   7–10 p.m.                Systems (3)
prerequisites through experience or other                                      US2   (50108)   4020    W    7–10 p.m.
coursework), please contact your advisor.                                      US2   (50110)   4065    Th   7–10 p.m.                ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50643) 6380
                                                              ACCT 301         Accounting for                                                 OL2 (51962) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51963) 7380
Mandatory Course                                                               Nonaccounting Managers (3)
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         US2 (50121) 4060 W    7–10 p.m.
Evaluations                                                                    OL2 (51889) 6980
                                                                                                                                              Hagerstown/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (52918) 4615 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.
UMUC requires all students taking online                      ACCT 310         Intermediate Accounting I (3)
                                                                                                                                              Shady Grove/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋
courses to complete a course evaluation.                                       ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51666) 5115 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.
Your responses are kept confidential. The                                      OL1 (50635) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (51890) 6980
evaluation notice for online courses will                                      OL3 (51892) 7380                             ACCT 327 Enterprise Management
appear on the class screen about 21 days                                       College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                          Systems for Accountants (3)
before the end of the session. You will have                                   US1 (50111) 4015 Tu          7–10 p.m.                ONLINE
                                                                               US2 (50112) 4065 Th          7–10 p.m.                         OL2 (51964) 6980
approximately one week to complete the
evaluation until access to the Class Menu                     ACCT 311         Intermediate Accounting II (3)               ACCT 328 Accounting Software (3)
will be locked. After you complete the evalu-                                  ONLINE                                                ONLINE
ation, access to the classroom will resume.                                    OL1 (50637) 6380                                               OL1 (50645) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (51894) 6980                                               OL3 (51965) 7380
                                                                               OL3 (51896) 7380                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   US1 (50122) 4025 Th   7–10 p.m.
                                                                               US1 (50115) 4020 W           7–10 p.m.                         Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (50117) 4065 Th          7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51503) 6225 Th   7–10 p.m.

                                                              ACCT 320 Fraud Detection and                                  ACCT 350 Federal Financial
                                                                       Deterrence (3)                                                Management (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (51897) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51967) 6380

                                                                                                                            ACCT 410          Accounting for Government
                                                                                                                                              and Not-for-Profit
                                                                                                                                              Organizations (3)
                                                                                                                                              ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (52451) 6380




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
ACCT 411         Ethics and Professionalism in                ACCT 438 Fraud and Forensic                                   ANTH 350 Health, Illness, and Healing (3)
                 Accounting (3)                                        Accounting (3)                                                ONLINE
                 ONLINE                                                ONLINE                                                                 OL2 (52303) 6980
                 OL3 (51969) 7380                                              OL1 (51982) 6380
                 Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                             ANTH 351 Anthropology in Forensic
                 US1 (51820) 7610 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.       ACCT 440 Forensic and Investigative                                    Investigations (3)
                                                                       Accounting (3)                                                ONLINE
ACCT 417 Federal Income Tax II (3)                                     ONLINE                                                                 OL2 (52304) 6980
         ONLINE                                                                OL1 (51272) 6380                                               OL3 (52305) 7380
                 OL2 (51970) 6980
                                                              ACCT 451 Federal Accounting                                   ANTH 398S Peoples and Cultures: South
ACCT 422 Auditing Theory and                                           Management (3)                                                 Asia (1)
         Practice (3)                                                  ONLINE                                                         ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (51983) 6980                                               S41 (52455) 6380
                                                                                                                                              Class meets May 14–June 10.
                 OL1 (50649) 6380
                 OL3 (51973) 7380                             ACCT 452 Federal Auditing (3)
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (50123) 4025 Th     7–10 p.m.
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (51984) 7380
                                                                                                                            Arabic
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                              ACCT 495 Contemporary Issues in                               ARAB 111          Elementary Arabic I (3)
                 US2 (51747) 6275 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                                       Accounting Practice (3)                                                ONLINE
ACCT 424 Advanced Accounting (3)                                                                                                              OL2 (51923) 6980
                                                                       ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (51985) 6980                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL2 (51976) 6980                                              OL3 (52453) 7380                                               US2 (50128) 4075 Sa       9 a.m.–12 noon

                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (50126) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.            ARAB 112          Elementary Arabic II (3)
                 US2 (50124) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              ONLINE
ACCT 425 International Accounting (3)                                                                                                         OL1 (52456) 6380

         ONLINE
                                                              African American Studies                                                        College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (51977) 7380                                                                                                             US1 (50127) 4035 Sa       9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                              AASP 201         Introduction to African
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               American Studies (3)
                 US1 (50125) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.
                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                                   ONLINE
                                                                                                                            Art
                 US1 (51703) 5110 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.                        OL1 (51125) 6380
                                                                               OL3 (52450) 7380                             ARTT 110          Drawing and Design (3)
                 Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51762) 5015 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   ONLINE
                                                                               US2 (50101) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.                              OL1 (52459) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51944) 7380
ACCT 426 Advanced Cost Accounting (3)
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE
                 OL2 (51978) 6980
                                                              Anthropology                                                                    US1 (50130) 4025 Th       7–10 p.m.

                                                              ANTH 101         Introduction to Biological                   ARTT 205 Art Appreciation (3)
ACCT 427 Advanced Auditing (3)
                                                                               Anthropology (3)                                      ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               OL2 (51945) 6980
                                                                               ONLINE
                 OL1 (52452) 6380                                                                                                             OL3 (51946) 7380
                                                                               OL2 (52300) 6980

ACCT 428 Advanced Accounting                                                                                                ARTT 210          Drawing (3)
                                                              ANTH 102         Introduction Cultural
         Information Systems (3)
                                                                               Anthropology (3)                                               ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               OL1 (52460) 6380
                                                                               ONLINE
                 OL3 (51979) 7380
                                                                               OL1 (51013) 6380
                                                                               OL3 (52301) 7380                             ARTT 220 Color Theory (3)
ACCT 433 Audit and Control of
                                                                                                                                     College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
         Information Technology (3)                           ANTH 344 Culture and Language (3)                                               US1 (50131) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 OL2 (51980) 6980                                              OL1 (52454) 6380                             ARTT 320 Painting (3)
                                                                               OL3 (52302) 7380                                      College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
ACCT 436 Internal Auditing (3)                                                 Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋                              US2 (50132) 4055 Tu       7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                                US1 (51739) 4225 Th     6–9 p.m.
                 OL3 (51981) 7380


   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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Art History                                                   ASTR 100 Introduction to Astronomy (3)                        BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50654) 6380                                               OL1 (50661) 6380
ARTH 204 Film and American Culture                                             OL2 (52439) 6980                                               OL2 (52210) 6980
         Studies (3)                                                           OL3 (52440) 7380                                               OL3 (52211) 7380
         ONLINE                                                                College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (51939) 7380                                              US1 (50133) 4010 M      7–10 p.m.
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                               Biology
                 US1 (50129) 4010 M      7–10 p.m.
                                                              Behavioral and                                                BIOL     101      Concepts of Biology (3)
ARTH 334 Understanding Movies (3)
         Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                              Social Science                                                                  ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50662) 6380
                 US1 (51667) 5120 W      6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                                       OL2 (52403) 6980
                                                              BEHS 210         Introduction to Social                                         OL3 (52405) 7380
ARTH 372 History of Western Art I (3)                                          Sciences (3)                                                   College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         US1   (50135)   4015   Tu   6–9 p.m.
         ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50657) 6380                                               US1   (52235)   4035   Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
                 OL1 (52457) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (52201) 6980                                               US2   (50137)   4050   M    6–9 p.m.
                 OL3 (51940) 7380
                                                                               OL3 (52202) 7380                                               US2   (52236)   4076   Sa   1-4 p.m.

ARTH 373 History of Western Art II (3)                                                                                      BIOL     102      Laboratory in Biology (1)
                                                              BEHS 220 Diversity Awareness (3)
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               ONLINE
                 OL2 (51941) 6980                                      ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (52203) 6980                                               OL1 (50668) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52407) 6980
ARTH 375 History of Graphic Art (3)                                                                                                           OL3 (52409) 7380
                                                              BEHS 300 Research Methods in the
         ONLINE                                                        Social Sciences (3)                                                    College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (51942) 7380                                                                                                             US1   (50136)   4015   Tu   9:10–10 p.m.
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 US1   (52237)   4035   Sa   12:10–1 p.m.
                                                                               OL3 (52204) 7380                                               US2   (50138)   4050   M    9:10–10 p.m.
ARTH 388 Contemporary Art (3)
                                                                                                                                              US2   (52238)   4076   Sa   4:10-5 p.m.
         ONLINE                                               BEHS 320 Disability Studies (3)
                 OL2 (51943) 6980
                                                                       ONLINE                                               BIOL     103      Introduction to Biology (4)
ARTH 478 History of Women in the                                               OL1 (51304) 6380                                               ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51040) 6380
         Visual Arts (3)
                                                              BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)                                                    OL2 (52411) 6980
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               OL3 (52414) 7380
                 OL1 (52458) 6380                                      ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50659) 6380                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               OL2 (52205) 6980                                               US1 (50139) 4035 Sa         9 a.m.–1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              US1 (52239) 4036 Sa         1–5 p.m.
Asian Studies                                                                  OL3 (52207) 7380
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (50140) 4075 Sa         9 a.m.–1 p.m.

                                                                               US2 (50134) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
ASTD 284 Foundations of East Asian                                                                                          BIOL     160 Human Biology (3)
                                                                               Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
         Civilization (3)                                                                                                                ONLINE
                                                                               US2 (51831) 7665 Th     6:30–9:30 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               OL1 (51071) 6380
                 OL2 (52461) 6980                                                                                                             OL3 (52418) 7380
                                                              BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 US2 (52240) 4065 Th         7–10 p.m.
ASTD 285 Introduction to Modern
                                                                               OL1 (52463) 6380
         East Asia (3)                                                         OL3 (52209) 7380
                                                                                                                            BIOL     181 Life in the Oceans (3)
         ONLINE                                                                Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL1 (52462) 6380                                              US2 (51690) 4160 W      6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                                         ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52420) 6980
                                                                               Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
ASTD 485 Great Issues in Asian                                                 US1 (51807) 4515 Tu     6–9 p.m.
         Studies (3)                                                                                                        BIOL     220 Human Genetics (3)
         ONLINE                                               BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and                                           ONLINE
                 OL3 (51924) 7380                                                                                                             OL3 (52421) 7380
                                                                       Perspectives (3)
                 Astronomy
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (52464) 6380




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

                                                                                                  G O T O h t t p s ://my. u m u c . e d u T O R E G I S T E R                        13
COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
BIOL     301     Human Health and Disease (3)                 BIOL     350 Molecular and Cellular
                                                                           Biology (3)
                                                                                                                               Business and Management
                 ONLINE
                 OL1 (51184) 6380                                          ONLINE                                              BMGT 110       Introduction to Business and
                 OL2 (52423) 6980                                              OL2 (52430) 6980
                 OL3 (52424) 7380                                                                                                             Management (3)
                                                                               Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋                                    US2 (51668) 5160 W             6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              ONLINE
                 US2 (51815) 4555 Tu     6–9 p.m.                                                                                             OL1 (50675) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (51989) 6980
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                        BIOL     357 Bioinformatics (3)                                                 OL3 (51993) 7380
                 US2 (51749) 6275 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                                           ONLINE                                                             College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Myer-Henderson Hall/Online                                    OL1 (52468) 6380                                               US1 (50142) 4010 M             7–10 p.m.
                 Hybrid ❋                                                      OL3 (52431) 7380                                               US2 (50143) 4060 W             7–10 p.m.
                 US2 (51649) 7150 M      6–9 p.m.
                 Patuxent River/Online Hybrid ❋               BIOL     362 Neurobiology (3)                                    BMGT 305 Knowledge Management (3)
                 US1 (51652) 5835 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon                    ONLINE                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (52433) 6980                                               OL1 (51201) 6380
BIOL     302 Bacteria, Viruses, and                                                                                                           OL3 (52002) 7380
             Health (3)                                       BIOL     398A Human Evolution and
             ONLINE                                                         Ecology (1)                                        BMGT 307 Import and Export: Managing
                 OL2 (52426) 6980                                           ONLINE                                                      Global Trade (3)
                 Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                                       S43 (52469) 7380                                         ONLINE
                 US1 (51505) 4110 M      6–9 p.m.                              Class meets July 9–August 5.                                   OL2 (52010) 6980
                 Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51764) 5010 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.       BIOL     398J The Role of Nutrition in                           BMGT 312 Gender Issues in Business (3)
                                                                            Cancer (1)
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
BIOL     304 The Biology of Cancer (3)                                      ONLINE                                                            OL2 (52016) 6980
             ONLINE                                                            S42 (52969) 6980
                                                                                                                                              Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (52427) 7380                                              Class meets June 11–July 8.
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51705) 5150 M             6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                              BIOL     398L Bacteria, Fungi, and
                 US2 (52241) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.                                                                             BMGT 317 Decision Making (3)
                                                                            Fermentation (1)
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
BIOL     307 The Biology of Aging (3)                                       ONLINE                                                            OL1 (50682) 6380
                                                                               S41 (52470) 6380                                               OL3 (52018) 7380
             ONLINE                                                            Class meets May 14–June 10.
                 OL1 (52465) 6380                                                                                                             Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                               US2 (51750) 6260 W             7–10 p.m.
                                                              BIOL     398P Pesticides and the
                 US1 (51821) 7625 Th     6:30–9:30 p.m.                     Environment (1)                                                   Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51669) 5110 M             6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                            ONLINE
BIOL     320 Forensic Biology (3)
                                                                               S42 (52471) 6980
             ONLINE                                                            Class meets June 11–July 8.
                                                                                                                               BMGT 324 Starting a Small Business (1)
                 OL2 (52429) 6980                                                                                                       ONLINE
                 Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋               BIOL     400 Life Science Seminar (3)                                           S41 (52473) 6380
                 US2 (51832) 7650 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                                       Class meets May 14–June 10.
                                                                           ONLINE
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                         OL1 (52472) 6380                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51504) 6225 Th     7–10 p.m.                                                                                            S43 (50242) 4085 Sa          9–10:40 a.m.
                                                                                                                                              Class meets July 9–August 5.
                                                              BIOL     422 Epidemiology of Emerging
BIOL     325 Inquiries in Biological                                       Infections (3)
                                                                                                                               BMGT 325 The Small-Business Plan (1)
             Science (3)                                                   ONLINE
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
             ONLINE                                                            OL2 (52434) 6980
                                                                                                                                              S43 (52474) 7380
                 OL1 (52466) 6380
                                                                                                                                              Class meets July 9–August 5.

BIOL     328 Bioethics (3)                                                                                                                    Arundel Mills/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              S42 (51733) 7775 Sa          9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
             ONLINE                                                                                                                           Class meets on-site June 16 and 30.
                 OL1 (52467) 6380
                                                                                                                                              Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              S41 (51661) 5175 Sa         9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              Class meets on-site May 19 and June 2.




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

  14        U N D E R G R A D U AT E S C H E D U L E O F C L A S S E S | FA L L 2 0 11
BMGT 339 Introduction to Federal                              BMGT 380 Business Law I (3)                                      BMGT 437 International Business Law (3)
         Contracting (3)                                               ONLINE                                                           ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL1 (50692) 6380                                               OL2 (52039) 6980
                 OL1 (52019) 6380                                              OL2 (52027) 6980
                 OL3 (52021) 7380                                              OL3 (52029) 7380                                BMGT 456 Managing Across Cultures and
                                                                               Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                                  Borders (3)
BMGT 364 Management and                                                        US1 (51506) 4110 M             6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
         Organization Theory (3)                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   OL1 (51327) 6380
         ONLINE                                                                US1 (50146) 4020 W             7–10 p.m.
                                                                               US2 (50147) 4055 Tu            7–10 p.m.
                 OL1 (50684) 6380                                                                                              BMGT 464 Organizational Behavior (3)
                 OL2 (52043) 6980                                              Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (52040) 7380                                                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               US2 (51751) 6250 M             7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52045) 7380
                 Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋                             Laurel/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (51776) 4260 W      6–9 p.m.                              US2 (51791) 5450 M             7–10 p.m.        BMGT 465 Organizational Development
                 Bethesda                                                      Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                              and Transformation (3)
                 US1 (51796) 3672 Tu,Th 6–9 p.m.                               US2 (51708) 5165 Th            6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                 OL2 (52046) 6980
                 US1 (50144) 4015 Tu     7–10 p.m.            BMGT 381 Business Law II (3)                                                    OL3 (52047) 7380
                 US2 (50145) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.
                                                                       ONLINE
                 Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋                                    OL1 (52031) 6380                                BMGT 466 Global Business and the
                 US1 (51808) 4525 Th     6–9 p.m.                                                                                       Public Sector (3)
                                                                               Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                         US1 (51765) 5025 Th            6:30–9:30 p.m.            ONLINE
                 US1 (51653) 6220 W      7–10 p.m.                                                                                            OL3 (52048) 7380
                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                  BMGT 391 Supervision (3)
                 US1 (51676) 5120 W      6:30–9:30 p.m.                ONLINE                                                  BMGT 482 Advanced Federal
                                                                               OL1 (50697) 6380                                         Contracting (3)
BMGT 365 Organizational Leadership (3)                                         OL2 (52033) 6980
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                Arundel Mills/Online Hybrid ❋                                  OL1 (50700) 6380
                 OL1 (52923) 6380                                              US1 (51734) 7720 W             6–9 p.m.
                 OL2 (52023) 6980
                                                                               Patuxent River/Online Hybrid ❋                  BMGT 484 Managing Teams in
                 OL3 (52925) 7380
                                                                               US1 (51651) 5815 Tu            6–9 p.m.                  Organizations (3)
                 Bethesda
                 US2 (51798) 3682 Tu,Th 6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
                                                              BMGT 392 Global Business (3)                                                    OL2 (52049) 6980
                 Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                        ONLINE
                 US2 (51833) 7655 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               OL1 (50698) 6380                                BMGT 485 Leadership for the
                 Patuxent River/Online Hybrid ❋                                OL3 (52035) 7380                                         21st Century (3)
                 US1 (51650) 5810 M      6–9 p.m.                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                             ONLINE
                 Prince George’s Community                                     US1 (50148) 4025 Th            7–10 p.m.                       OL3 (52050) 7380
                 College/Online Hybrid ❋                                       US2 (50149) 4050 M             7–10 p.m.
                 US1 (51655) 6120 W      7–10 p.m.                             Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                     BMGT 487 Project Management I (3)
                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                                   US1 (51678) 5115 Tu            6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
                 US2 (51707) 5160 W      6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50701) 6380
                 Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋                      BMGT 398F Conflict Management in                                                OL3 (52051) 7380
                 US2 (51771) 5065 Th     6:30–9:30 p.m.                 Organizations (1)
                                                                        ONLINE                                                 BMGT 488 Project Management II (3)
BMGT 372 Supply Chain Management (3)                                           S42 (52475) 6980
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                Class meets June 11–July 8.
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51167) 6380
                 OL3 (52024) 7380
                                                              BMGT 398J Motivation and Performance
BMGT 375 Purchasing Management (3)                                      in Organizations (1)
         ONLINE                                                         ONLINE
                 OL1 (52025) 6380                                              S43 (52476) 7380
                                                                               Class meets July 9–August 5.

                                                              BMGT 411         Process Improvement
                                                                               and Performance
                                                                               Measurements (3)
                                                                               ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (52477) 6380



   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

                                                                                                  G O T O h t t p s ://my. u m u c . e d u T O R E G I S T E R    15
COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
BMGT 495 Strategic Management (3)
                                                              Chemistry                                                     COMM 400 Mass Media Law (3)
         ONLINE                                                                                                                      ONLINE
                 OL1 (50702) 6380                                                                                                             OL2 (51957) 6980
                 OL2 (52052) 6980
                                                              CHEM 121 Chemistry in the Modern
                 OL3 (52053) 7380                                      World (3)
                                                                                                                            COMM 493 Strategies for Visual
                 Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                               ONLINE                                                        Communication (3)
                 US2 (51691) 4155 Tu         6–9 p.m.                          OL1 (51372) 6380
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   OL1 (50746) 6380
                 US1 (50150) 4010 M          7–10 p.m.                         US2 (50199) 4076 Sa     1-4 p.m.                               OL3 (51966) 7380
                 US2 (50151) 4065 Th         7–10 p.m.
                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                  CHEM 297 Environmental Chemistry (3)                          COMM 495 Senior Seminar in
                 US2 (51709) 5155 Tu         6:30–9:30 p.m.            ONLINE                                                        Communication Studies (3)
                                                                               OL3 (52488) 7380                                      ONLINE
BMGT 496 Business Ethics (3)                                                                                                                  OL2 (51968) 6980
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               OL3 (51971) 7380
                 OL1 (50705) 6380                             Chinese
                 OL2 (52055) 6980
                 OL3 (52077) 7380                             CHIN 111         Elementary Chinese I (3)                     Computer and
                 Aberdeen/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (52199) 7055 Tu         6–9 p.m.
                                                                               ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (51925) 7380
                                                                                                                            Information Science
                 Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (51780) 4250 M          6–9 p.m.         CHIN 112         Elementary Chinese II (3)                    CMIS 102          Introduction to Problem
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                 Solving and Algorithm
                                                                               ONLINE
                 US1 (50264) 4015 Th         7–10 p.m.                                                                                        Design (3)
                                                                               OL2 (51926) 6980
                 US2 (50265) 4060 W          7–10 p.m.                                                                                        ONLINE
                 Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋                   CHIN 114         Elementary Chinese III (3)                                     OL1 (50716) 6380
                 US2 (51816) 4560 W          6–9 p.m.                                                                                         OL2 (52271) 6980
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         OL3 (52275) 7380
                 Hagerstown/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋                                OL1 (52490) 6380
                 US2 (51499) 4650 M          6:30–9:30 p.m.                    OL3 (52909) 7380
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50210) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                  US2 (50211) 4060 W    7–10 p.m.
                 US1 (51684) 5125 Th         6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 Shady Grove/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋              Communication Studies                                         CMIS 111          Social Networking and
                 US2 (51710) 5150 M          6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                                   Cybersecurity Best
                 Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋                      COMM 300 Communication Theory (3)                                               Practices (3)
                 US2 (51772) 5055 Tu         6:30–9:30 p.m.            ONLINE                                                                 ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50740) 6380                                               OL1 (52494) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (51950) 6980                                               OL2 (52278) 6980
Career Planning                                                                OL3 (51952) 7380                                               OL3 (52280) 7380
                                                                               Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋
CAPL 398A Career Planning                                                      US2 (51783) 4255 Tu     6–9 p.m.             CMIS 115          Programming in Objective-C
          Management (1)                                                       College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   for the Mac (3)
          ONLINE                                                               US1 (50217) 4015 Tu     7–10 p.m.                              ONLINE
                 S41 (52634) 6380                                                                                                             OL2 (52282) 6980
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                  COMM 302 Mass Communication and
                 S42 (52635) 6980                                      Media Studies (3)                                    CMIS 125 Programming in C# (3)
                 Class meets June 11–July 8.
                 S43 (52637) 7380
                                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.                                  OL1 (51185) 6380                                               OL2 (52283) 6980
                                                                               OL2 (51954) 6980
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  OL3 (51955) 7380
                 S43 (50243) 4085 Sa          9–10:40 a.m.                                                                  CMIS 141 Introductory Programming (3)
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (52242) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50719) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52284) 7380
                                                              COMM 380 Language in Social
                                                                       Contexts (3)                                                           College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (50214) 4050 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50743) 6380                             CMIS 170 Introduction to XML (3)
                                                                               OL3 (51956) 7380
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52285) 6980
                                                                               US2 (51756) 6265 Th     7–10 p.m.



   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

  16        U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
CMIS 215 Programming for the iPhone                           CMIS 435 Computer Networking (3)                              CMIT 321 Ethical Hacking (3)
         and iPad (3)                                                  ONLINE                                                        Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52432) 6980                                               US1 (51823) 7625 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 OL2 (52286) 6980                                                                                                             Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                              CMIS 440 Advanced Programming                                                   US2 (51754) 6255 Tu   7–10 p.m.
CMIS 225 Developing Windows                                            in Java (3)                                                            Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
         Presentation Foundation                                       ONLINE                                                                 US2 (51713) 5160 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
         Applications Using C# (3)                                             OL2 (52435) 6980
         ONLINE                                                                                                             CMIT 350 Interconnecting Cisco
                 OL2 (52287) 6980                             CMIS 445 Distributed Systems (3)                                       Devices (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
CMIS 242 Intermediate Programming (3)                                          OL2 (52438) 6980                                               OL1 (50960) 6380
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               OL2 (52330) 6980
                 OL2 (52288) 6980                             CMIS 465 Software Verification and                                              OL3 (52331) 7380

                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                          Validation (3)
                                                                                                                            CMIT 364 Windows Desktop Operating
                 US1 (50215) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.                     ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (52441) 7380
                                                                                                                                     Systems (3)
CMIS 310         Computer Systems and                                                                                                ONLINE
                 Architecture (3)                             CMIS 485 Web Database                                                           OL1 (51177) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52332) 6980
                 ONLINE                                                Development (3)
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52333) 7380
                 OL1 (50722) 6380                                      ONLINE
                 OL2 (52290) 6980                                              OL1 (50973) 6380
                 OL3 (52291) 7380
                                                                                                                            CMIT 368 Windows Server
                                                                                                                                     Administration (3)
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51663) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.            Computer Information                                                   ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50982) 6380
CMIS 315 Programming in C++ (3)                               Technology                                                                      OL2 (52334) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52335) 7380
         ONLINE
                 OL2 (52292) 6980                             CMIT 202 Fundamentals of Computer                             CMIT 376 Windows Network
                                                                       Troubleshooting (3)                                           Infrastructure (3)
CMIS 320 Relational Database Concepts                                  ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
         and Applications (3)                                                  OL1 (52506) 6380                                               OL1 (51098) 6380
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52321) 6980                                               OL3 (52336) 7380
                                                                               OL3 (52322) 7380
                 OL1 (50724) 6380
                 OL3 (52293) 7380                                                                                           CMIT 377 Windows Directory Services
                                                              CMIT 265 Fundamentals of
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                               Infrastructure (3)
                 US2 (51753) 6265 Th     7–10 p.m.
                                                                       Networking (3)
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL1 (51012) 6380
CMIS 325 UNIX with Shell                                                       OL1 (50730) 6380                                               OL3 (52337) 7380
         Programming (3)                                                       OL2 (52324) 6980
                                                                               OL3 (52325) 7380                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               US1 (51672) 6210 M    7–10 p.m.
                 OL2 (52417) 6980                             CMIT 320 Network Security (3)
                                                                                                                            CMIT 378 Windows Server Applications
CMIS 330 Software Engineering                                          ONLINE
                                                                                                                                     Infrastructure (3)
                                                                               OL1 (50924) 6380
         Principles and Techniques (3)                                         OL2 (52327) 6980                                      ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL3 (52328) 7380                                               OL2 (52338) 6980
                 OL1 (50727) 6380                                              Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (52422) 7380                                              US1 (51671) 4110 M      6–9 p.m.             CMIT 391 Linux System
                                                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                 Administration (3)
CMIS 420 Advanced Relational Database
                                                                               US1 (51670) 6215 Tu     7–10 p.m.                     ONLINE
         Concepts and Applications (3)
                                                                               Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                                    OL1 (52509) 6380
         ONLINE                                                                US2 (51712) 5155 Tu     6:30-9:30 p.m.                         OL2 (52339) 6980
                 OL2 (52425) 6980                                                                                                             OL3 (52340) 7380
                                                                               Southern Maryland/
                                                                               Online Hybrid ❋                              CMIT 424 Advanced Digital Forensics (3)
CMIS 430 Enterprise Database
                                                                               US2 (51729) 6050 M      6:30-9:30 p.m.
         Administration Using                                                                                                        Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
         Oracle (3)                                                                                                                           US1 (51674) 6220 Tu   7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE
                 OL3 (52428) 7380


   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

                                                                                                  G O T O h t t p s ://my. u m u c . e d u T O R E G I S T E R                  17
COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
CMIT 425 Advanced Information System                          CMSC 412 Operating Systems (3)                                CMST 325 Image Editing (3)
         Security (3)                                                  ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52448) 6980                                               OL1 (52513) 6380
                 OL1 (51179) 6380
                 OL3 (52341) 7380                             CMSC 465 Image and Signal                                     CMST 341 Principles of Multimedia I (3)
                                                                       Processing (3)                                                ONLINE
CMIT 450 Designing Cisco Networks (3)                                  ONLINE                                                                 OL2 (52313) 6980
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52449) 6980
                 OL2 (52342) 6980                                                                                           CMST 342 Principles of Multimedia II (3)
                                                              CMSC 495 Current Trends and Projects in                                ONLINE
CMIT 471 Windows Server Enterprise                                     Computer Science (3)                                                   OL3 (52314) 7380
         Administration (3)                                            ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52306) 6980                             CMST 385 Principles of Web Design and
                 OL3 (52343) 7380                                                                                                    Technology I (3)
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
CMIT 495 Current Trends and Projects                          Computer Studies                                                                OL1 (50736) 6380
         in Computer Networks and                                                                                                             OL3 (52315) 7380
         Security (3)                                         CMST 290 Introduction to Interactive                                            Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                        Design (3)                                                             US1 (51686) 5110 M   6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 OL2 (52344) 6980                                      ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (52510) 6380                             CMST 386 Principles of Web Design and
                                                                               OL3 (52307) 7380                                      Technology II (3)
Computer Science                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                              CMST 303 Advanced Application                                                   OL2 (52316) 6980
CMSC 150 Introduction to Discrete                                      Software (3)
         Structures (3)                                                ONLINE                                               CMST 388 Fundamentals of
         ONLINE                                                                OL1 (50733) 6380                                      JavaScript (3)
                 OL1 (50732) 6380                                              OL2 (52308) 6980
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                 OL3 (52442) 7380                                              OL3 (52309) 7380
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (52515) 6380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (50219) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.                             FTS (51501) 6271 M–F 8:40 a.m.–6 p.m.        CMST 425 Advanced Image Editing (3)
                                                                               Class meets June 4–8.
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
CMSC 325 Game Design and                                                       Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52317) 7380
         Development (3)                                                       US2 (51664) 5155 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.

         ONLINE                                                                                                             CMST 455 Introduction to Digital Video
                 OL2 (52443) 6980
                                                              CMST 306 Introduction to Visual Basic
                                                                                                                                     Editing (3)
                                                                       .NET Programming (3)
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
CMSC 330 Advanced Programming                                          ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52318) 6980
         Languages (3)                                                         OL2 (52310) 6980

         ONLINE                                                                                                             CMST 458 Multimedia Programming and
                 OL2 (52444) 6980
                                                              CMST 310         Fundamentals of Electronic
                                                                                                                                     Design (3)
                                                                               Publishing (3)
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
CMSC 335 Object-Oriented and                                                   ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52319) 7380
         Concurrent Programming (3)                                            OL1 (50735) 6380

         ONLINE                                                                Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                        CMST 495 Current Trends and Projects
                 OL2 (52445) 6980                                              FTS (51502) 6281 M–F 8:40 a.m.–6 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     in Digital Media and Web
                                                                               Class meets July 23–27.
                                                                                                                                     Technology (3)
CMSC 350 Data Structures and
                                                              CMST 311         Advanced Electronic                                   ONLINE
         Analysis (3)                                                                                                                         OL2 (52320) 6980
                                                                               Publishing (3)
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (52502) 6380                                              ONLINE
                 OL3 (52446) 7380                                              OL3 (52311) 7380


CMSC 405 Computer Graphics (3)                                CMST 320 Illustration Graphics (3)
         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 OL3 (52447) 7380                                              OL2 (52312) 6980




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

  18        U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
Criminology/                                                  CCJS 340 Law-Enforcement
                                                                       Administration (3)
                                                                                                                            CCJS 380 Ethical Behavior in Criminal
                                                                                                                                     Justice (3)
Criminal Justice                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50713) 6380                                               OL1 (52482) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52099) 6980
CCJS 100 Introduction to Criminal
         Justice (3)                                          CCJS 341 Criminal Investigation (3)                                             Prince George’s Community
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 College/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               US1 (51657) 6110 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 OL1 (50709) 6380                                              OL2 (52093) 6980
                 OL2 (52079) 6980                                              OL3 (52094) 7380
                 OL3 (52080) 7380                                              Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                      CCJS 390 Cyber Crime and Security (3)
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  US2 (51695) 4150 M      6–9 p.m.                      ONLINE
                 US1 (50154) 4010 M      7–10 p.m.                             Eastern Shore/Online Hybrid ❋                                  OL1 (51191) 6380
                 US2 (50155) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.                             US2 (52952) 3550 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.                         OL3 (52100) 7380

                                                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
CCJS 101         Introduction to Investigative                                                                              CCJS 411          History of Intelligence and
                                                                               US2 (51752) 6250 M      7–10 p.m.
                 Forensics (3)                                                                                                                the U.S. National Intelligence
                                                              CCJS 342 Crime Scene Investigation (3)                                          Community (3)
                 ONLINE
                 OL1 (52479) 6380                                      ONLINE                                                                 ONLINE
                 OL2 (52082) 6980                                                                                                             OL2 (52101) 6980
                                                                               OL1 (52481) 6380
                 OL3 (52084) 7380
                                                                               OL3 (52095) 7380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                               CCJS 412 The Intelligence Cycle (3)
                                                                               Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (50156) 4015 Tu     7–10 p.m.                                                                                   ONLINE
                                                                               US1 (51822) 7625 Th     6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52102) 7380
CCJS 105         Introduction to Criminology (3)              CCJS 345 Introduction to Security
                 ONLINE                                                Management (3)                                       CCJS 413 Legal and Ethical Issues in
                 OL1 (51115) 6380                                                                                                    Intelligence (3)
                 OL2 (52085) 6980
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (52096) 6980                                      ONLINE
                 OL3 (52086) 7380
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (52486) 6380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  Hagerstown/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (50157) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.                             US1 (51498) 4625 Th     6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                            CCJS 414 Intelligence Analysis (3)
                                                                               Shady Grove/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋
CCJS 230 Criminal Law in Action (3)                                            US1 (51685) 5125 Th     6:30–9:30 p.m.                ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52487) 7380
         ONLINE
                 OL2 (52087) 6980
                                                              CCJS 350 Juvenile Delinquency (3)
                                                                                                                            CCJS 420 Medical and Legal
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                          ONLINE
                                                                                                                                     Investigations of Death (3)
                 US1 (50192) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.                             OL1 (51428) 6380
                                                                               OL3 (52097) 7380                                      ONLINE
                                                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                          OL2 (52103) 6980
CCJS 234 Criminal Procedure and
         Evidence (3)                                                          US1 (51658) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                            CCJS 421 Computer Forensics (3)
         ONLINE                                               CCJS 352 Drugs and Crime (3)                                           ONLINE
                 OL1 (51036) 6380
                                                                       Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                                                OL1 (51119) 6380
                 OL3 (52088) 7380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52104) 7380
                                                                               US1 (51656) 4115 Tu     6–9 p.m.
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                 Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (50194) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.                             Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51809) 4515 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                                               US2 (51834) 7665 Th     6:30–9:30 p.m.
CCJS 301         Criminalistics I: The                                                                                      CCJS 434 Correctional Reentry and
                 Comparative Disciplines (4)                  CCJS 360 Victimology (3)
                                                                                                                                     Transition (3)
                 ONLINE                                                ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (52098) 6980                                      ONLINE
                 OL1 (52480) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52105) 7380
                 OL2 (52089) 6980
                 OL3 (52090) 7380                             CCJS 370 Race, Crime, and Criminal
                                                                       Justice (3)                                          CCJS 461 Psychology of Criminal
CCJS 302 Criminalistics II: The Scientific                                                                                           Behavior (3)
                                                                       ONLINE
         Disciplines (4)                                                       OL1 (51228) 6380                                      ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52107) 6980
         ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52106) 7380
                 OL2 (52091) 6980
                 OL3 (52092) 7380                                                                                                             Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51774) 5060 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
CCJS 491 Institutional Security (3)                           CSIA     412 Security Policy Analysis (3)                     ECON 203 Principles of
         ONLINE                                                            ONLINE                                                    Microeconomics (3)
                 OL3 (52484) 7380                                              OL1 (51850) 6380                                      ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (52922) 7380                                               OL1 (50754) 6380
CCJS 492 Criminal Justice Research (3)                                         Arundel Mills/Online Hybrid ❋                                  OL2 (52117) 6980
                                                                               US2 (51737) 7765 Th     6–9 p.m.                               OL3 (52119) 7380
         ONLINE
                 OL3 (52108) 7380                                              Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                          College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1 (51683) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.                              US1 (50227) 4025 Th    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              US2 (50226) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.
CCJS 495 Issues in Criminal Justice (3)
         ONLINE                                               CSIA     413 Security Policy
                                                                           Implementation (3)                               ECON 301          Current Issues in Economic
                 OL2 (52109) 6980                                                                                                             Policy (3)
                                                                           ONLINE
CCJS 497 Correctional                                                          OL2 (52352) 6980                                               ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51851) 6380
         Administration (3)                                                    Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                US1 (51810) 4525 Th     6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                            ECON 305 Intermediate Macroeconomic
                 OL1 (51039) 6380                                                                                                    Theory and Policy (3)
                 OL3 (52110) 7380                             CSIA     454 Information System Security
                                                                           Mechanisms (3)                                            ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51002) 6380
                                                                           ONLINE
Cybersecurity                                                                  OL2 (52353) 6980
                                                                                                                            ECON 306 Intermediate Microeconomic
                                                                               Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋                            Theory (3)
CSIA     301     Foundations of                                                US2 (51817) 4555 Tu     6–9 p.m.
                 Cybersecurity (3)                                                                                                   ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52520) 7380
                 ONLINE                                       CSIA     457 Cyberterrorism and Cyber
                 OL1 (51387) 6380                                          Crime (3)
                 OL2 (52345) 6980                                                                                           ECON 430 Money and Banking (3)
                 OL3 (52347) 7380
                                                                           ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (52354) 7380
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                 OL1 (50976) 6380
                 US1   (52243)   4015   Tu   7–10 p.m.
                                                                               Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (51835) 7650 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 US1   (50221)   4025   Th   7–10 p.m.                                                                      ECON 440 International Economics (3)
                 US2   (50222)   4050   M    7–10 p.m.
                 US2   (52244)   4060   W    7–10 p.m.        CSIA     459 Evaluating Emerging                                       ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51852) 6380
                                                                           Technologies (3)
CSIA     302 Telecommunications in                                         ONLINE
             Information Systems (3)                                           OL2 (52355) 6980                             Education Principles
             ONLINE
                 OL1 (51373) 6380                             CSIA     485 Practical Applications
                                                                                                                            EDCP 100 Principles and Strategies of
                 OL3 (52349) 7380                                          in Cybersecurity
                                                                                                                                     Successful Learning (3)
                 Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                                   Management (3)
                 US2 (51697) 4165 Th         6–9 p.m.                                                                                ONLINE
                                                                           ONLINE                                                             OL1   (50758)   6370
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                         OL3 (52356) 7380                                               OL1   (51393)   6900
                 US1 (51680) 6210 M          7–10 p.m.                                                                                        OL2   (52522)   6980
                 Laurel/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                       OL3   (52528)   7380
                 US1 (51788) 5420 W          7–10 p.m.        Economics                                                                       College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50228) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.
CSIA     303 Foundations of Information                       ECON 201         Principles of                                                  US1 (50230) 4015 Tu    7–10 p.m.
             System Security (3)                                               Macroeconomics (3)                                             US2 (50229) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.

             ONLINE                                                            ONLINE
                 OL1 (51375) 6380
                                                                                                                            EDCP 103          Fundamentals of Writing and
                                                                               OL1 (50748) 6380
                 OL2 (52350) 6980                                              OL2 (52113) 6980                                               Grammar (3)
                 OL3 (52351) 7380                                              OL3 (52115) 7380                                               ONLINE
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   OL1 (50963) 6380
                 US2 (50223) 4065 Th         7–10 p.m.                         US1 (50224) 4010 M      7–10 p.m.                              OL2 (52164) 6980
                                                                               US2 (50225) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.                              OL3 (52166) 7380
                 HEAT Center/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51844) 7220 W          6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                                   College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50231) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                        US2 (50232) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.
                 US1 (51682) 6235 Sa         9 a.m.–12 noon
                 Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (51775) 5050 M          6:30–9:30 p.m.



   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

  20        U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
Emergency Management                                          ENGL 281 Standard English Grammar (3)                         ENGL 364 African American Authors
                                                                                                                                     from 1900 to Present (3)
                                                                       ONLINE
EMGT 302 Concepts of Emergency
                                                                               OL1 (51853) 6380                                      ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (52056) 6980                                               OL2 (52066) 6980
         Management (3)
         ONLINE                                               ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative                             ENGL 381 Special Topics in Creative
                 OL1 (51099) 6380                                      Writing: Fiction and Creative                                 Writing (3)
                 OL2 (52134) 6980                                      Nonfiction (3)
                 OL3 (52138) 7380                                                                                                    ONLINE
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL3 (52067) 7380
EMGT 304 Emergency Response                                                    OL1 (50979) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (52057) 6980                             ENGL 384 Advanced Grammar and
         Preparedness and Planning (3)                                         OL3 (52058) 7380
                                                                                                                                     Style (3)
         ONLINE                                                                College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL2 (52139) 6980                                                                                                    ONLINE
                                                                               US1 (50233) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52068) 6980
EMGT 306 Political and Policy Issues in                       ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to
         Emergency Management (3)                                                                                           ENGL 406 Seminar in Shakespeare
                                                                       Literature (3)
                                                                                                                                     Studies (3)
         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 OL3 (52140) 7380                                              OL1 (50760) 6380
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52070) 6980
                                                                               OL2 (52060) 6980
EMGT 308 Exercise and Evaluation                                               OL3 (52059) 7380
         Programs (3)                                                          College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                 ENGL 418B Major British Writers
                                                                                                                                      Before 1800 (3)
         ONLINE                                                                US2 (50235) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                 OL2 (52141) 6980                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                              ENGL 310         Renaissance Literature (3)                                     OL3 (52949) 7380
EMGT 312 Social Dimensions of                                                  ONLINE
         Disaster (3)                                                          OL1 (51186) 6380                             ENGL 425 20th-Century British
                                                                                                                                     Literature (3)
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (51194) 6380                             ENGL 311         17th- and 18th-Century British                        ONLINE
                                                                               Literature (3)                                                 OL1 (51005) 6380
EMGT 314 Terrorism Issues in Emergency                                         ONLINE
         Management (3)                                                        OL2 (52062) 6980                             ENGL 433 Modern American Literature:
                                                                                                                                     1914–1945 (3)
         ONLINE
                 OL3 (52142) 7380                             ENGL 312 Romantic to Modern British                                    ONLINE
                                                                       Literature (3)                                                         OL1 (50764) 6380
                                                                       ONLINE
English                                                                        OL3 (52063) 7380                             ENGL 434 Contemporary American
                                                                                                                                     Drama (3)
ENGL 205 Introduction to                                      ENGL 333 Business and Leadership in                                    ONLINE
         Shakespeare (3)                                               Literature (3)                                                         OL2 (52072) 6980
         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 OL1 (51126) 6380                                              OL2 (52064) 6980                             ENGL 441 Postmodern American
                                                                                                                                     Literature: 1945 to 1999 (3)
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry,                     ENGL 345 Modern Poetry: 1914 to                                        ONLINE
         and Drama (3)                                                 1945 (3)                                                               OL3 (52073) 7380
         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 OL1 (50759) 6380                                              OL1 (50763) 6380                             ENGL 454 Modern World Drama (3)
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
ENGL 241 Introduction to the Novel (3)                        ENGL 354 American Women Writers                                                 OL1 (51363) 6380
         ONLINE                                                        Since 1900 (3)
                 OL3 (52038) 7380                                      ONLINE                                               ENGL 457 The Modern Novel (3)
                                                                               OL3 (52065) 7380                                      ONLINE
ENGL 246 The Short Story (3)                                                                                                                  OL3 (52074) 7380
         College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                         ENGL 363 African American Authors
                 US1 (50234) 4010 M      7–10 p.m.                     from the Colonial Era to                             ENGL 459 Contemporary World
                                                                       1900 (3)                                                      Literature (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (51854) 6380                                               OL2 (52075) 6980




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

                                                                                                  G O T O h t t p s ://my. u m u c . e d u T O R E G I S T E R    21
COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
ENGL 481 Seminar in Creative Writing:                         ENMT 360 Introduction to Urban                                FINC     321 Fundamentals of Building
         Fiction and Creative                                          Watersheds (3)                                                    Wealth (3)
         Nonfiction (3)                                                ONLINE                                                            ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL3 (52540) 7380                                               OL1 (51104) 6380
                 OL2 (52076) 6980                                                                                                             OL3 (52121) 7380
                                                              ENMT 365 Individuals, Society and                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
ENGL 485 Seminar in Creative Writing:                                  Environmental                                                          US1 (52245) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.
         Poetry (3)                                                    Sustainability (3)
         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE                                               FINC     330 Business Finance (3)
                 OL1 (51392) 6380                                              OL2 (52541) 6980                                          ONLINE
                 OL3 (52158) 7380                                                                                                             OL1 (51106) 6380
                                                              ENMT 380 Air Quality Management (3)                                             OL2 (52122) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52124) 7380
                                                                       ONLINE
Environmental Management                                                       OL1 (51856) 6380                                               Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51698) 4150 M    6–9 p.m.
ENMT 301         Environment and Ecosystems                   ENMT 390 Environmental Health Risk                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Management (3)                                        Assessment (3)                                                         US1 (50237) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              US2 (50238) 4055 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                 ONLINE                                                ONLINE
                 OL1 (50766) 6380                                              OL2 (52542) 6980
                                                                                                                                              Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51714) 5165 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.
ENMT 303 Environmental Regulations                            ENMT 398A Industrial Ecology (1)
         and Policy (3)                                                                                                     FINC     331 Finance for the Nonfinancial
                                                                        ONLINE                                                           Manager (3)
         ONLINE                                                                S43 (52543) 7380
                 OL2 (52534) 6980                                              Class meets July 9–August 5.                              ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51857) 6380
ENMT 307 An Introduction to                                   ENMT 405 Pollution Prevention
         Geographical Information                                      Strategies (3)                                       FINC     340 Investments (3)
         Systems (3)                                                   ONLINE                                                            ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51109) 6380
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52544) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52126) 7380
                 OL3 (52535) 7380
                                                              ENMT 495 Global Environmental                                                   College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
ENMT 310         Emergency Planning and                                                                                                       US1 (50239) 4015
                                                                       Management Issues (3)
                 Operations Management (3)                                                                                                    Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51689) 6235 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
                 ONLINE                                                        OL3 (52545) 7380
                 OL1 (51015) 6380
                                                                                                                            FINC     351 Risk Management (3)
ENMT 315 Environmental Audits and                             Experiential Learning                                                      ONLINE
         Permits (3)                                                                                                                          OL3 (52127) 7380

         ONLINE                                               EXCL 301         Learning Analysis and
                 OL2 (52536) 6980                                              Planning (3)                                 FINC     352 Life and Health Insurance (3)
                                                                               ONLINE                                                    ONLINE
ENMT 321 Environmental Health (3)                                                                                                             OL1 (51858) 6380
                                                                               OL1 (50768) 6380
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52436) 6980
                 OL3 (52537) 7380                                              OL3 (52437) 7380                             FINC     410      Managing Early-Stage
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   Business and Entrepreneurial
ENMT 322 Occupational Health and                                               US2 (50236) 4060 W             7–10 p.m.                       Ventures (3)
         Safety (3)                                                                                                                           ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52128) 6980
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (51855) 6380
                                                              Finance
                 OL3 (52538) 7380                                                                                           FINC     421 Financial Analysis (3)
                                                              FINC     310     Entrepreneurship and New                                  ONLINE
ENMT 340 Environmental Technology (3)                                          Venture Planning (3)                                           OL3 (52129) 7380
         ONLINE                                                                ONLINE
                 OL2 (52539) 6980                                              OL1 (51103) 6380                             FINC     430 Financial Management (3)
                                                                                                                                         ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52130) 6980




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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FINC     440 Security Analysis and                            FSCN 416 Emergency Services Training                          GERO 301          Service/Program
             Valuation (3)                                             and Education (3)                                                      Management (3)
             ONLINE                                                    ONLINE                                                                 ONLINE
                 OL1 (51112) 6380                                              OL3 (52157) 7380                                               OL3 (52294) 7380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (50241) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.                                                                          GERO 302 Health and Aging (3)
                                                              Geography                                                              ONLINE
FINC     441 Financial Derivatives and                                                                                                        OL2 (52295) 6980
             Portfolio Risk Management (3)                    GEOG 100 Introduction to Geography (3)
             ONLINE                                                    ONLINE                                               GERO 306 Programs, Services, and
                 OL2 (52131) 6980                                              OL1 (51861) 6380                                      Policies (3)
                                                                               OL2 (52153) 6980                                      ONLINE
FINC     450 Commercial Bank                                                   College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   OL1 (51863) 6380
             Management (3)                                                    US1 (50114) 4020 Tu     7–10 p.m.
             ONLINE                                                                                                         GERO 311          Gender and Aging (3)
                 OL1 (51859) 6380                                                                                                             ONLINE
                                                              Geology                                                                         OL3 (52296) 7380
FINC     451 Financial Markets and
             Institutions (3)                                 GEOL 100 Physical Geology (3)                                 GERO 338 Health Promotion in Older
             ONLINE                                                    ONLINE                                                        Adults (3)
                 OL1 (51860) 6380                                              OL1 (51862) 6380                                      ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52297) 6980
FINC     460 International Finance (3)
             ONLINE
                                                              German                                                        GERO 342 Long-Term Care
                 OL2 (52132) 6980                                                                                                    Administration (3)
                                                              GERM 111         Elementary German I (3)                               ONLINE
FINC     495 Contemporary Issues in                                            ONLINE                                                         OL3 (52298) 7380
             Finance Practice (3)                                              OL1 (50770) 6380
                                                                               OL3 (51927) 7380                             GERO 351 Management of Senior
             ONLINE
                 OL1 (51196) 6380                                                                                                    Housing Environment (3)
                 OL2 (52133) 6980                             GERM 112         Elementary German II (3)
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         OL1 (51864) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (51928) 6980
Fire Science                                                                                                                GERO 410          Cross-Cultural Perspectives of
                                                              GERM 211         Intermediate German (3)                                        Aging (3)
FSCN 302 Fire and Emergency Services                                           ONLINE                                                         ONLINE
         Administration (3)                                                    OL3 (51929) 7380                                               OL2 (52299) 6980
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (50937) 6380                             GERM 212 Intermediate German II (3)                           GERO 497K Strategic Planning for
                                                                       ONLINE                                                         Retirement (1)
FSCN 304 Personnel Management for                                              OL2 (51930) 6980
                                                                                                                                      ONLINE
         Fire and Emergency                                                                                                                   S41 (52640) 6380
         Services (3)                                                                                                                         Class meets May 14–June 10.
         ONLINE                                               Gerontology
                 OL2 (52154) 6980
                                                              GERO 100 Introduction to                                      Government and Politics
FSCN 305 Fire Prevention Organization                                  Gerontology (3)
         and Management (3)                                            ONLINE                                               GVPT 100 Introduction to Political
         ONLINE                                                                OL1 (50771) 6380                                      Science (3)
                                                                               OL3 (52212) 7380
                 OL3 (52155) 7380                                                                                                    ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51037) 6380
FSCN 412 Political and Legal                                  GERO 220 Psychological Aspects of                                               OL3 (52575) 7380
         Foundations of Fire                                           Aging (3)                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
         Protection (3)                                                ONLINE                                                                 US2 (50118) 4055 Tu       7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL2 (52224) 6980
         ONLINE
                 OL2 (52156) 6980




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
GVPT 101         Introduction to Political
                 Theory (3)
                                                              GVPT 408 Counterterrorism (3)
                                                                                                                            History
                                                                       ONLINE
                 ONLINE                                                        OL2 (51870) 6980
                                                                                                                            HIST     107      Classical Foundations (3)
                 OL2 (52576) 6980                                              OL3 (51871) 7380
                                                                               Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋                              ONLINE
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51290) 6380
                 US1 (50158) 4020 W             7–10 p.m.                      US2 (51786) 4255 Tu     6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51875) 7380
                                                                               Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
GVPT 170 American Government (3)                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1 (51811) 4515 Tu     6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50161) 4025 Th   7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (50772) 6380                             GVPT 409 Terrorism, Antiterrorism, and
                                                                                                                            HIST     115      World History I (3)
                 OL2 (52577) 6980                                      Homeland Security (3)
                 OL3 (52578) 7380                                                                                                             ONLINE
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL1 (50775) 6380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  OL1 (51865) 6380                                               OL2 (51876) 6980
                 US1 (50159) 4025 Th            7–10 p.m.
                                                                               Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                 OL3 (52698) 7380
                 US2 (50160) 4050 M             7–10 p.m.
                                                                               US2 (51836) 7655 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.                         College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
GVPT 200 International Political                                               Patuxent River/Online Hybrid ❋                                 US1 (50163) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               US2 (51654) 5850 M      6–9 p.m.
         Relations (3)
                                                                                                                            HIST     116      World History II (3)
         ONLINE                                               GVPT 444 American Political Theory (3)
                 OL3 (52579) 7380                                                                                                             ONLINE
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL2 (51886) 6980
                                                                               OL3 (51872) 7380
GVPT 280 Comparative Politics and
         Government (3)                                                                                                     HIST     141 Western Civilization I (3)
                                                              GVPT 457 American Foreign Relations (3)                                    ONLINE
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (51209) 6380
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL1 (51006) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (51873) 6980                                               OL3 (51888) 7380

GVPT 377L U.N. Peacekeeping (1)                                                Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (51715) 5150 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.       HIST     142 Western Civilization II (3)
          ONLINE
                                                                                                                                         ONLINE
                 S43 (52620) 7380
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.
                                                              GVPT 475 The Presidency and the                                                 OL2 (51891) 6980
                                                                       Executive Branch (3)                                                   OL3 (51893) 7380

GVPT 399B Engaging the Legislative                                     ONLINE                                                                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               OL1 (52696) 6380                                               US2 (52246) 4050 M    7–10 p.m.
          Process and Lobbying
          Techniques (3)
                                                              GVPT 495 Advanced Seminar in Political                        HIST     156 History of the United States
          ONLINE                                                                                                                         to 1865 (3)
                 S42 (52621) 6980
                                                                       Science (3)
                 Class meets June 11–July 8.                           ONLINE                                                            ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (51874) 7380                                               OL1 (50779) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51895) 7380
GVPT 401         Understanding 21st-Century
                 Global Challenges (3)                                                                                                        College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 ONLINE                                       Graphic Communication                                                           US1 (50164) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.

                 OL1 (51288) 6380
                                                              GRCO 100 Introduction to Graphic                              HIST     157 History of the United States
                                                                       Communication (3)                                                 Since 1865 (3)
GVPT 403 Law, Morality, and War (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                            ONLINE
         ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50781) 6380
                 OL2 (51867) 6980                                              OL2 (51947) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (51898) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52699) 7380
GVPT 406 Global Terrorism (3)                                 GRCO 354 Digital Media (3)
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                        Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                                  US2 (50165) 4060 W    7–10 p.m.
                 OL1 (51046) 6380                                              US1 (51693) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.
                 OL3 (51868) 7380                                                                                           HIST     202 Principles of War (3)
                                                              GRCO 495 Graphic Communication
GVPT 407 State Terrorism (3)                                                                                                             ONLINE
                                                                       Portfolio (3)
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51390) 6380
         ONLINE                                                        Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                                  OL3 (51905) 7380
                 OL2 (51869) 6980                                              US2 (51757) 6255 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                 Fort Detrick/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                               HIST     289 Historical Methods (3)
                 US2 (52966) 7850 M             6–9 p.m.                                                                                 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (51906) 6980




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

  24        U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
HIST     309 Historical Writing (3)                              HIST   318N Decision to Drop the Atom                      HIST     365 Recent America: 1945 to the
             ONLINE                                                          Bomb (1)                                                    Present (3)
                 OL1 (50783) 6380                                            ONLINE                                                      ONLINE
                 OL3 (51907) 7380                                              S41 (52630) 6380                                               OL1 (50788) 6380
                                                                               Class meets May 14–June 10.                                    OL3 (51912) 7380
HIST     316I History of the Holy Land (1)                                                                                                    Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋
              ONLINE                                             HIST   319H Civil Rights: Martin Luther                                      US2 (51787) 4250 M    6–9 p.m.
                 S43 (52622) 7380                                            King Jr. (1)                                                     Hagerstown/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.                                ONLINE                                                           US2 (51500) 4660 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               S42 (52631) 6980                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
HIST     316L The American West (3)                                            Class meets June 11–July 8.
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51700) 6215 Tu   7–10 p.m.
              ONLINE                                                           Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                 Shady Grove/IVN/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (51908) 7380                                              S43 (51805) 7685 Sa          9–10 a.m.
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51716) 5160 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               Class meets July 9–August 5.
HIST     317N African Americans in the                                                                                      HIST     376 Women and the Family in
              Civil War (1)                                      HIST   319L History of Drug Use in
                                                                                                                                         America to 1870 (3)
                                                                             America (3)
              ONLINE                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                 S41 (52623) 6380                                            Fort Belvoir/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (51913) 6980
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                                   US1 (51793) 6825 Th            6–9 p.m.
                 Andrews                                                                                                    HIST     377 United States Women’s
                 S42 (51702) 4175 Sa         9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.   HIST   319X Jews Under the Nazis (1)
                                                                                                                                         History: 1870 to 2000 (3)
                 Class meets June 16–July 7.                                 ONLINE
                                                                               S43 (52632) 7380
                                                                                                                                         ONLINE
HIST     317Q African Americans in the                                         Class meets July 9–August 5.                                   OL1 (50789) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51914) 7380
              Korean and Vietnam Wars (1)
              ONLINE                                             HIST   319Y Nuremberg War Trials (1)
                                                                                                                            HIST     381 America in Vietnam (3)
                 S43 (52624) 7380                                            ONLINE
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.                                  S42 (52633) 6980
                                                                                                                                         Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               Class meets June 11–July 8.                                    US2 (51818) 4560 W    6–9 p.m.
HIST     318A From Pearl Harbor to
              Midway (1)                                         HIST   336 Europe in the 19th Century:                     HIST     392 History of the Contemporary
                                                                            1815 to 1919 (3)                                             Middle East (3)
              ONLINE
                 S42 (52625) 6980                                           ONLINE                                                       ONLINE
                 Class meets June 11–July 8.                                   OL2 (51909) 6980                                               OL2 (51915) 6980


HIST     318D Battle for Berlin (1)                              HIST   337 Europe’s Bloodiest Century (3)                  HIST     396I Cultural Heritage Protection:
              ONLINE                                                                                                                      Iraq (3)
                                                                            ONLINE
                 S41 (52626) 6380                                              OL3 (51910) 7380                                           ONLINE
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                                                                                                  OL3 (51916) 7380
                                                                 HIST   354 Latin America: Revolutions,
HIST     318E Second World War in the                                       Caudillos, and Democracy (3)                    HIST     460 African American History:
              Mediterranean (1)                                                                                                          1500 to 1865 (3)
                                                                            ONLINE
              ONLINE                                                           OL1 (51227) 6380                                          ONLINE
                 S42 (52627) 6980                                                                                                             OL1 (51129) 6380
                 Class meets June 11–July 8.                                                                                                  Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                 HIST   364 Emergence of Modern
                                                                            America: 1900 to 1945 (3)                                         US2 (51758) 6265 Th   7–10 p.m.
HIST     318F The Gulf War in Perspective:
              1990–1991 (1)                                                 ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (51911) 6980
                                                                                                                            HIST     461 African American History:
              ONLINE                                                                                                                     1865 to the Present (3)
                 S43 (52628) 7380                                                                                                        ONLINE
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (51917) 6980

HIST     318G D-Day and Normandy                                                                                                              Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51673) 4115 Tu   6–9 p.m.
              Campaign of 1944 (1)
              ONLINE                                                                                                        HIST     462 The U.S. Civil War (3)
                 S43 (52629) 7380
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.                                                                                            ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51918) 7380




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

                                                                                                   G O T O h t t p s ://my. u m u c . e d u T O R E G I S T E R                 25
COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
HIST     463 U.S. Military History Since
             1865 (3)
                                                              HMLS 310         Homeland Security Response
                                                                               to Critical Incidents (3)
                                                                                                                            Humanities
             ONLINE                                                            ONLINE                                       HUMN 100 Introduction to Humanities (3)
                 OL3 (51919) 7380                                              OL2 (52148) 6980
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51292) 6380
HIST     465 World War II (3)                                 HMLS 312 Technology in Homeland                                                 OL2 (52159) 6980
             ONLINE                                                    Security (3)                                                           OL3 (52160) 7380
                 OL1 (51211) 6380                                      ONLINE                                                                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (51920) 7380                                              OL1 (51848) 6380                                               US1 (50171) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                 Fort Detrick/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51800) 7810 M      6–9 p.m.             HMLS 406 Legal and Political Issues of                        HUMN 351 Myth in the World (3)
                                                                       Homeland Security (3)                                         ONLINE
HIST     466 The Cold War (3)                                          ONLINE                                                                 OL1 (50810) 6380
             Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                    OL3 (52149) 7380                                               OL2 (52161) 6980
                 US1 (51824) 7615 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                                       OL3 (52162) 7380
                                                                               Bethesda
                                                                               US1 (52200) 3671 M,W 6–9 p.m.                                  Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
HIST     481 History of China from the                                         Myer-Henderson Hall/
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51718) 5165 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.
             Opium War to Deng                                                 Online Hybrid ❋
             Xiaoping (3)                                                      US1 (51509) 7110 M      6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                            HUMN 495 Humanities Seminar (3)
             ONLINE                                                            Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋                               ONLINE
                 OL1 (50792) 6380                                              US1 (51766) 5015 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.                         OL2 (52257) 6980
                 OL2 (51921) 6980
                                                              HMLS 408 Infrastructure in Homeland
HIST     482 History of Japan to the Late                              Security (3)                                         Human Resource
             Edo Period (3)
             ONLINE
                                                                       ONLINE                                               Management
                                                                               OL2 (52150) 6980
                 OL1 (51847) 6380
                                                                               Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋               HRMN 300 Human Resource
                                                                               US2 (51837) 7660 W      6:30–9:30 p.m.                Management (3)
HIST     483 History of Japan Since the
             Late Edo Period (3)                                               Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋                               ONLINE
                                                                               US2 (51778) 5055 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.
             ONLINE                                                                                                                           OL1 (50793) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (50796) 6980
                 OL2 (51922) 6980
                                                              HMLS 414 Homeland Security and                                                  OL3 (51333) 7380
                                                                       Intelligence (3)                                                       Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋
Homeland Security                                                      ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (52151) 6980
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51675) 4115 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50166) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.
HMLS 302 Introduction to Homeland
                                                              HMLS 416 Homeland Security and                                                  US2 (50167) 4065 Th   7–10 p.m.
         Security (3)
                                                                       International Relations (3)                                            Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               US2 (51717) 5155 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                       ONLINE
                 OL1 (51047) 6380
                                                                               OL1 (51849) 6380
                 OL2 (52143) 6980
                 OL3 (52145) 7380                                                                                           HRMN 302 Organizational
                                                              HMLS 495 Public Safety Policies and                                    Communication (3)
                 Fort Belvoir/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51794) 6820 W      6–9 p.m.
                                                                       Leadership (3)                                                ONLINE
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL1 (50799) 6380
                 Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                   OL2 (50801) 6980
                 US1 (51812) 4525 Th     6–9 p.m.                              OL3 (52152) 7380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52707) 7380
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
HMLS 304 Strategic Planning in
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50168) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.
         Homeland Security (3)
                                                                                                                                              Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               US2 (51759) 6255 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                 OL1 (51049) 6380
                 OL2 (52147) 6980
                 OL3 (52702) 7380                                                                                           HRMN 362 Labor Relations (3)
                 Arundel Mills/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                       ONLINE
                 US1 (51735) 7710 M      6–9 p.m.                                                                                             OL1 (50802) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51238) 7380
                                                                                                                                              Laurel/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51790) 5410 M    7–10 p.m.




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

  26        U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
HRMN 365 Conflict Management in                                  HRMN 408 Employment Law for                                 IFSM 301         Foundations of Enterprise and
         Organizations (3)                                                Business (3)                                                        Information Systems (3)
         ONLINE                                                           ONLINE                                                              ONLINE
                 OL1 (50803) 6380                                              OL1 (50808) 6380                                               OL1 (51784) 6380
                 OL2 (51145) 6980                                              OL2 (50809) 6980                                               OL2 (52384) 6980
                 Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋                             College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                   OL3 (52386) 7380
                 US1 (51740) 4215 Tu            6–9 p.m.                       US2 (50170) 4060 W           7–10 p.m.                         College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (52247) 4055 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51687) 5120 W             6:30–9:30 p.m.   HRMN 495 Contemporary Issues                                                 Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋                                  in Human Resource                                                   US1 (51813) 4515 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                 US1 (51767) 5020 W             6:30–9:30 p.m.            Management Practice (3)                                             Southern Maryland/
                                                                          ONLINE                                                              Online Hybrid ❋
HRMN 367 Organizational Culture (3)                                            OL1 (51003) 6380                                               US2 (51728) 6050 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               OL3 (52712) 7380
         ONLINE
                                                                                                                             IFSM 304 Ethics in Information
                 OL2 (50804) 6980
                                                                                                                                      Technology (3)
                 Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (51701) 6215 Tu            7–10 p.m.
                                                                 Information Systems                                                  ONLINE
                                                                 Management                                                                   OL1 (50836) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52388) 6980
HRMN 392 Stress Management in the                                                                                                             OL3 (52391) 7380
         Workplace (1)                                           IFSM 201      Concepts and Applications of                                   Aberdeen/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                Information Technology (3)                                     US1 (51731) 7015 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                 S43 (52614) 7380
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.
                                                                               OL1 (50813) 6370                                               US1 (50181) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  OL2 (52357) 6980
                 S41 (50169) 4075 Sa       9–10:40 a.m.
                                                                                                                                              Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               OL3 (52366) 7380
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                                                                                                  US1 (51825) 7620 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 Shady Grove                                                                                                                  Fort Detrick/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1   (50173)   4010    M    7–10 p.m.
                 S43 (51662) 5185 Sa         9 a.m.–5 p.m.                                                                                    US1 (51801) 7810 M    6–9 p.m.
                                                                               US1   (50174)   4025    Th   7–10 p.m.
                 Class meets July 14 and 21.                                   US1   (50175)   4035    Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon                    Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2   (50176)   4055    Tu   7–10 p.m.                         US1 (51711) 6215 Tu   7–10 p.m.
HRMN 395 The Total Rewards                                                     US2   (50177)   4060    W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
         Approach to Compensation                                              US2   (50178)   4075    Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51719) 5150 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
         Management (3)
                                                                 IFSM 300 Information Systems in
         ONLINE                                                                                                              IFSM 310         Software and Hardware
                                                                          Organizations (3)
                 OL2 (51172) 6980                                                                                                             Infrastructure Concepts (3)
                                                                          ONLINE
                 Prince George’s Community                                                                                                    ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50827) 6380
                 College/Online Hybrid ❋                                       OL2 (52375) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50840) 6380
                 US2 (51659) 6160 W             6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                                OL3 (52394) 7380
                                                                               OL3 (52379) 7380
                                                                               Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋                              Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
HRMN 400 Human Resource                                                                                                                       US2 (51839) 7660 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               US1 (51741) 4215 Tu          6–9 p.m.
         Management: Issues and
         Problems (3)                                                          College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                  IFSM 311         Enterprise Architecture and
                                                                               US1 (50179) 4010 M           7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               Systems (3)
                                                                               US2 (50180) 4055 Tu          7–10 p.m.
                 OL1 (50805) 6380
                                                                               HEAT Center/Online Hybrid ❋                                    ONLINE
                 OL3 (50806) 7380                                                                                                             OL2 (52395) 6980
                                                                               US2 (51492) 7250        M    7–10 p.m.
                 Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                               OL3 (52396) 7380
                                                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (51838) 7650 M             6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                                Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (51770) 6265 Th          7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51706) 4155 Tu   6–9 p.m.
HRMN 406 Employee Training and                                                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1 (51688) 5125 Th          6:30–9:30 p.m.   IFSM 432 Business Continuity
         Development (3)
                                                                               Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋                                Planning (3)
         ONLINE
                                                                               US1 (51768) 5010 M           6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 OL2 (50807) 6980                                                                                                     ONLINE
                 OL3 (51146) 7380                                                                                                             OL1 (50842) 6380
                                                                                                                                              Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51819) 4565 Th   6–9 p.m.




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
IFSM 433 Information Security Planning                        JOUR 330 Public Relations Theory (3)                          LGST 312 Torts (3)
         and Needs Assessment (3)                                      ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                                OL2 (52034) 6980                                               OL2 (52552) 6980
                 OL2 (52397) 6980
                 OL3 (52398) 7380                             JOUR 331 Public Relations                                     LGST 314 Workers’ Compensation
                                                                       Techniques (3)                                                Law (1)
IFSM 438 Information Systems Project                                   ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
         Management (3)                                                        OL3 (52036) 7380                                               S43 (52615) 7380
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               Class meets July 9–August 5.
                 OL2 (52399) 6980                             JOUR 371 Introduction to Feature
                 OL3 (52400) 7380                                      Writing (3)                                          LGST 315 Domestic Relations (3)
                 Arundel Mills/Online Hybrid ❋                         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 US2 (51738) 7750 M      6–9 p.m.                              OL1 (51212) 6380                                               OL1 (50859) 6380
                                                                               OL3 (52037) 7380
IFSM 461 Systems Analysis and                                                                                               LGST 320 Criminal Law and
         Design (3)                                                                                                                  Procedures (3)
         ONLINE                                               Legal Studies                                                          ONLINE
                 OL1 (50846) 6380                                                                                                             OL3 (52553) 7380
                 OL3 (52401) 7380                             LGST 101         Introduction to Law (3)
                                                                               ONLINE                                       LGST 322 Evidence (3)
IFSM 495 Trends and Practical
                                                                               OL1 (50851) 6380                                      ONLINE
         Applications in Information                                           OL3 (52546) 7380                                               OL2 (52554) 6980
         Systems Management (3)
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                US1 (50182) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.            LGST 325 Litigation (3)
                 OL2 (52402) 6980
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
                                                              LGST 200 Techniques of Legal                                                    OL1 (50860) 6380
                                                                       Research (3)
Japanese                                                               ONLINE                                               LGST 327 Alternative Dispute
                                                                               OL2 (52547) 6980                                      Resolution (3)
JAPN 111         Elementary Japanese I (3)
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                          ONLINE
                 ONLINE                                                        US2 (50183) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.                              OL2 (52555) 6980
                 OL1 (50966) 6380
                 OL2 (51931) 6980
                                                              LGST 201         Legal Writing (3)                            LGST 330 Administrative Law (3)
JAPN 112         Elementary Japanese II (3)                                    ONLINE                                                ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50855) 6380                                               OL3 (52556) 7380
                 ONLINE
                 OL2 (51932) 6980
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (50184) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.            LGST 335 Elder Law (3)
JAPN 114         Elementary Japanese III (3)                                                                                         ONLINE
                                                              LGST 204 Legal Ethics (3)                                                       OL2 (52557) 6980
                 ONLINE
                 OL3 (51933) 7380
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50857) 6380                             LGST 340 Contract Law (3)
                                                                               OL3 (52548) 7380
                                                                                                                                     ONLINE
Journalism                                                    LGST 300 Advanced Legal Research and
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (50861) 6380

                                                                       Analysis (3)                                         LGST 345 Landlord Tenant Law (1)
JOUR 201         Introduction to News
                                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                 Writing (3)
                                                                               OL1 (51197) 6380                                               S43 (52616) 7380
                 ONLINE                                                        OL2 (52549) 6980                                               Class meets July 9–August 5.
                 OL1 (50848) 6380                                              Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL2 (52028) 6980
                                                                               US1 (51720) 6220 W      7–10 p.m.            LGST 398D Drug and Alcohol Cases in
                 OL3 (52030) 7380
                                                                                                                                      Maryland (1)
                                                              LGST 301         Advanced Legal Writing (3)
JOUR 202 Editing for Mass                                                                                                             ONLINE
         Communication (3)                                                     ONLINE                                                         S42 (52617) 6980
                                                                               OL2 (52550) 6980                                               Class meets June 11–July 8.
         ONLINE                                                                OL3 (52551) 7380
                 OL3 (52032) 7380
                                                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (51773) 6260 W      7–10 p.m.




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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LGST 398F Civil Litigation Filings in
          Federal Court (1)
                                                              Marketing                                                     MRKT 495 Strategic Marketing
                                                                                                                                     Management (3)
          ONLINE                                              MRKT 310         Marketing Principles (3)                              ONLINE
                 S41 (52618) 6380                                                                                                             OL2 (52574) 6980
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                                   ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50869) 6380
LGST 398Q Discovery Fundamentals (1)                                           OL2 (52561) 6980
                                                                               OL3 (52564) 7380
                                                                                                                            Mathematics
          ONLINE
                                                                               Arundel Mills/Online Hybrid ❋
                 S43 (52619) 7380
                                                                               US1 (51736) 7725 Th     6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                            MATH 009 Introductory Algebra (3)
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                          ONLINE
                                                                               US1 (50207) 4015 Tu     7–10 p.m.                              OL1 (50945) 6380
LGST 411         Consumer Protection Law (3)                                                                                                  OL2 (50948) 6980
                                                                               US2 (50208) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.
                 ONLINE                                                                                                                       OL3 (50988) 7380
                                                                               Fort Belvoir/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL1 (50862) 6380
                                                                               US2 (51795) 6860 W      6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1   (50186)   4015   Tu   7–10 p.m.
LGST 415 Intellectual Property (3)                                             HEAT Center/Online Hybrid ❋                                    US1   (50187)   4020   W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               US1 (51486) 7210 M      7–10 p.m.                              US1   (50185)   4035   Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               US2   (50188)   4055   Tu   7–10 p.m.
                 OL2 (52558) 6980                                              Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1 (51692) 5115 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.                         US2   (50189)   4060   W    7–10 p.m.

LGST 442 Business Organizations (3)                                                                                         MATH 012 Intermediate Algebra (3)
                                                              MRKT 314 Nonprofit Marketing (3)
         ONLINE                                                                                                                      ONLINE
                 OL1 (51792) 6380                                      ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (52568) 7380                                               OL1 (50951) 6380
                 OL3 (52559) 7380                                                                                                             OL2 (50954) 6980
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51263) 7380
LGST 450 Bankruptcy Law (3)                                   MRKT 354 Integrated Marketing
                                                                       Communications (3)                                                     College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               US1   (50190)   4010   M    7–10 p.m.
                 OL1 (51198) 6380                                      ONLINE                                                                 US1   (50191)   4020   W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL2 (52569) 6980                                               US2   (50196)   4055   Tu   7–10 p.m.
LGST 460 Law Office Management (3)                                                                                                            US2   (50193)   4065   Th   7–10 p.m.
                                                              MRKT 395 Managing Customer                                                      US2   (50195)   4075   Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
         ONLINE
                 OL2 (52560) 6980
                                                                       Relationships (3)
                                                                                                                            MATH 106          Finite Mathematics (3)
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50875) 6380                                               ONLINE
Library Skills                                                                                                                                OL1 (51061) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (51250) 6980
                                                              MRKT 410         Consumer Behavior (3)
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51346) 7380
LIBS     150 Introduction to Research (1)                                      ONLINE                                                         College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               OL1 (50876) 6380
             ONLINE                                                                                                                           US1 (50197) 4020 W          7–10 p.m.
                 S41 (52580) 6370                                                                                                             US2 (50198) 4055 Tu         7–10 p.m.
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                  MRKT 412 Marketing Research (3)
                 S42 (52591) 6970                                      ONLINE                                               MATH 107          College Algebra (3)
                 Class meets June 11–July 8.                                   OL3 (52570) 7380
                 S43 (52603) 7370                                                                                                             ONLINE
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.                                                                                                 OL1 (50863) 6380
                                                              MRKT 454 Global Marketing (3)                                                   OL2 (50866) 6980
                 Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                      OL3 (50955) 7380
                 S41 (51677) 4120 W        6–9 p.m.                    ONLINE
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                                   OL1 (51175) 6380                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1   (50203)   4015   Tu   7–10 p.m.
                                                              MRKT 457 E-Marketing (3)                                                        US1   (50202)   4035   Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                                                                                                              US2   (50200)   4050   M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 US2   (50201)   4060   W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL2 (52573) 6980
                                                                               Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                  MATH 108          Trigonometry and Analytical
                                                                               US2 (51721) 5155 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.                         Geometry (3)
                                                                                                                                              ONLINE
                                                              MRKT 475 Selling and Sales                                                      OL2 (52003) 6980
                                                                       Management (3)
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (52572) 7380




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
MATH 115         Pre-Calculus (3)                             NSCI     101     Physical Science
                                                                               Laboratory (1)
                                                                                                                            Philosophy
                 ONLINE
                 OL1 (51213) 6380                                              ONLINE                                       PHIL     100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
                 OL3 (52004) 7380                                              OL1 (50880) 6380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  OL2 (50881) 6980                                          ONLINE
                 US2 (50204) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.                             OL3 (51299) 7380                                               OL1 (51214) 6380
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52197) 7380
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
MATH 140 Calculus I (4)                                                        US1 (52250) 4010 M      9:10–10 p.m.                           College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1 (52249) 4020 W      9:10–10 p.m.                           US1 (50249) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                                US2 (50246) 4055 Tu     9:10–10 p.m.
                 OL2 (52006) 6980
                 OL3 (52007) 7380
                                                                                                                            PHIL     110      Practical Reasoning (3)
                                                              NSCI     103     Fundamentals of Physical                                       ONLINE
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  Science (4)
                 US1 (50205) 4025 Th     7–10 p.m.                                                                                            OL2 (52196) 6980
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               OL1 (51199) 6380                                               US2 (50252) 4050 M    7–10 p.m.
MATH 141 Calculus II (4)
                                                                               OL3 (51224) 7380
         ONLINE                                                                College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL1 (50868) 6380
                                                                                                                            PHIL     127 Living Religions of the
                                                                               US1 (50247) 4035 Sa     9 a.m.–1 p.m.                     World (3)
                 OL3 (52009) 7380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                            ONLINE
                                                              NSCI     170 Concepts of Meteorology (3)
                 US2 (50206) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.                                                                                            OL2 (52256) 6980
                                                                           ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (50882) 6980                             PHIL     140 Contemporary Moral
MATH 220 Elementary Calculus I (3)
         ONLINE                                                                                                                          Issues (3)
                                                              NSCI     171 Laboratory in Meteorology (1)
                 OL2 (52011) 6980                                                                                                        ONLINE
                                                                           ONLINE                                                             OL1 (50884) 6380
                                                                               OL2 (50883) 6980                                               OL2 (52225) 6980
MATH 241 Calculus III (4)
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52226) 7380
         ONLINE                                               NSCI     301     Laboratory Organization and
                 OL2 (52013) 6980
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               Management (3)                                                 US1 (50250) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         US2 (50251) 4065 Th   7–10 p.m.

Music                                                                          OL2 (51845) 6980
                                                                                                                            PHIL     315 Ethical Issues in American
                                                              NSCI     362 Environmental Change and                                      Business (3)
MUSC 210         Music as Cultural
                                                                           Sustainability (3)                                            ONLINE
                 Expression (3)
                                                                           ONLINE                                                             OL3 (52228) 7380
                 ONLINE                                                                                                                       Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               OL1 (50941) 6380
                 OL1 (51035) 6380
                                                                               OL3 (50942) 7380                                               US2 (51507) 4555 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                 OL2 (51948) 6980
                 OL3 (51949) 7380                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (50248) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.            PHIL     336 Ideas Shaping the
                                                                               Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                               21st Century (3)
Natural Science                                                                US2 (51722) 5155 Tu     6:30–9:30 p.m.                    ONLINE
                                                                               Laurel/Online Hybrid ❋                                         OL1 (51276) 6380
NSCI     100 Introduction to Physical                                          US2 (51803) 5460 W      6–9 p.m.
             Science (3)                                                                                                    PHIL     348 Religions of the East (3)
             ONLINE                                           NSCI     398I Astrobiology (3)                                             ONLINE
                 OL1 (50877) 6380                                           ONLINE                                                            OL2 (52229) 6980
                 OL2 (50879) 6980                                              OL2 (51846) 6980
                 OL3 (51261) 7380                                                                                           PHIL     349 Religions of the West (3)
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                            ONLINE
                 US1 (50244) 4010 M      6–9 p.m.                                                                                             OL3 (52230) 7380
                 US1 (50245) 4020 W      6–9 p.m.
                 US2 (52248) 4055 Tu     6–9 p.m.




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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Psychology                                                    PSYC 309S Introduction to the
                                                                        Psychology of Parenting (1)
                                                                                                                               PSYC 353 Abnormal Psychology (3)
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology (3)                                 ONLINE                                                                OL1 (50906) 6380
                                                                               S43 (52646) 7380                                               OL2 (51136) 6980
         ONLINE                                                                Class meets July 9–August 5.                                   OL3 (51370) 7380
                 OL1 (50889) 6380                                                                                                             Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL2 (50892) 6980                             PSYC 310         Sensation and Perception (3)                                   US1 (51827) 7610 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 OL3 (50894) 7380
                                                                               ONLINE                                                         Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                 US1 (51727) 6225 Th   7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL1 (50901) 6380
                 US1 (50253) 4025 Th            7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL3 (50902) 7380
                 US2 (50254) 4050 M             7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                               PSYC 354 Cross-Cultural Psychology (3)
                                                              PSYC 321 Social Psychology (3)                                            ONLINE
PSYC 101         Psychology of Adjustment (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 OL2 (50907) 6980
                 ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (50895) 6380
                 OL1 (50959) 6380
                                                                               OL3 (50896) 7380                                PSYC 357 Adulthood and Aging (3)
PSYC 300 Research Methods in                                                   College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                             ONLINE
                                                                               US2 (50255) 4055 Tu            7–10 p.m.                       OL3 (51133) 7380
         Psychology (3)
                                                                               Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE                                                                US1 (51694) 5125 Th            6:30–9:30 p.m.   PSYC 370 Foundations of Forensics
                 OL1 (50899) 6380
                 OL2 (50900) 6980                                                                                                       Psychology (3)
                 OL3 (51402) 7380                             PSYC 332 Psychology of Human                                              ONLINE
                                                                       Sexuality (3)                                                          OL3 (51383) 7380
PSYC 301         Biological Basis of                                   ONLINE
                 Behavior (3)                                                  OL1 (50903) 6380                                PSYC 386 Psychology of Stress (3)
                                                                               OL3 (50904) 7380
                 ONLINE                                                                                                                 ONLINE
                 OL1 (50897) 6380                                                                                                             OL2 (50908) 6980
                 OL3 (50898) 7380                             PSYC 334 Psychology of Interpersonal
                                                                       Relationships (3)
                                                                                                                               PSYC 432 Introduction to Counseling
PSYC 306F Psychology of Happiness (1)                                  ONLINE                                                           Psychology (3)
          ONLINE                                                               OL2 (51959) 6980
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
                 S41 (52641) 6380                                              Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋                              OL1 (51217) 6380
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                                   US1 (51761) 4210 M             6–9 p.m.                        OL3 (51218) 7380

PSYC 308K Introduction to Black                               PSYC 335 Theories of Personality (3)                             PSYC 436 Introduction to Clinical
          Psychology (1)                                               ONLINE                                                           Psychology (3)
          ONLINE                                                               OL3 (50909) 7380                                         ONLINE
                 S41 (52642) 6380                                                                                                             OL2 (50910) 6980
                 Class meets May 14–June 10.                  PSYC 338 Psychology of Gender (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                  PSYC 437 Positive Psychology (3)
PSYC 309B Deployment Psychology:                                               OL2 (51215) 6980
          The Individual and Family (1)                                                                                                 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL1 (51998) 6380
          ONLINE                                              PSYC 341 Memory and Cognition (3)
                 S42 (52643) 6980                                                                                              PSYC 451 Tests and Measurements (3)
                 Class meets June 11–July 8.
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (50905) 6980                                         ONLINE
                                                                               OL3 (51342) 7380                                               OL1 (51131) 6380
PSYC 309L Traumatic Stress Disorder (1)
          ONLINE                                              PSYC 351 Lifespan Development (3)                                PSYC 495 Senior Seminar in
                 S43 (52644) 7380
                 Class meets July 9–August 5.
                                                                       ONLINE                                                           Psychology (3)
                                                                               OL3 (51369) 7380
                                                                                                                                        ONLINE
PSYC 309M Military Psychology (1)                                                                                                             OL2 (52000) 6980
                                                              PSYC 352 Child and Adolescent
          ONLINE                                                       Psychology (3)
                 S42 (52645) 6980
                 Class meets June 11–July 8.                           ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (51961) 6980




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
Sociology                                                     Spanish                                                       SPCH 324 Communication and
                                                                                                                                     Gender (3)
SOCY 100 Introduction to Sociology (3)                        SPAN 111         Elementary Spanish I (3)                              ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (52017) 7380
         ONLINE                                                                ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL1 (50911) 6380                                              OL1 (50914) 6380
                                                                                                                                              US1 (51743) 6220 W    7–10 p.m.
                 OL2 (50913) 6980                                              OL2 (51934) 6980
                 OL3 (52135) 7380                                              OL3 (51935) 7380
                                                                                                                            SPCH 397 Organizational
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (50256) 4015 M      7–10 p.m.                             US1 (50259) 4015 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     Presentations (3)
                 US2 (50257) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.                             US2 (50260) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.                     Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US2 (51723) 5160 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
SOCY 252 Sociology of the Holocaust (3)                       SPAN 112         Elementary Spanish II (3)
         ONLINE                                                                ONLINE                                       SPCH 426 Conflict Management (3)
                 OL2 (52975) 6980                                              OL2 (51936) 6980                                      ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (52020) 6980
SOCY 300 American Society (3)                                 SPAN 211         Intermediate Spanish I (3)
         ONLINE                                                                ONLINE                                       SPCH 470 Effective Listening (3)
                 OL3 (52137) 7380                                              OL2 (51937) 6980                                      ONLINE
                 Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                               OL1 (50919) 6380
                 US2 (51840) 7650 M      6:30–9:30 p.m.       SPAN 212 Intermediate Spanish II (3)                                            OL3 (52022) 7380

                                                                       ONLINE
SOCY 313 The Individual and Society (3)                                        OL3 (51938) 7380
                                                                                                                            SPCH 482 Intercultural
                                                                                                                                     Communication (3)
         ONLINE
                 OL2 (52719) 6980                             SPAN 318 Commercial and Workplace                                      ONLINE
                                                                       Spanish (4)                                                            OL3 (52026) 7380
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US2 (50258) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.                     ONLINE

SOCY 325 The Sociology of Gender (3)
                                                                               OL1 (51401) 6380
                                                                                                                            Statistics
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (50939) 6380
                                                              Speech Communication                                          STAT     200 Introduction to Statistics (3)
                                                                                                                                         ONLINE
SOCY 423 Minorities in the United                             SPCH 100 Foundations of Oral                                                    OL1 (50921) 6380
                                                                       Communication (3)                                                      OL2 (50923) 6980
         States (3)                                                                                                                           OL3 (51267) 7380
         ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                                                                                                                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL1 (50940) 6380                                              OL1 (51279) 6380
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50266) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL2 (51974) 6980
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50267) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               OL3 (51992) 7380
SOCY 424 Race and Ethnic Relations (3)                                                                                                        US2 (50268) 4055 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
         ONLINE
                                                                               US1 (50261) 4020 W      7–10 p.m.            STAT     225 Introduction to Statistical
                 OL2 (51132) 6980
                                                                               US2 (50262) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                                                                               US2 (50263) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                         Methods for the Behavioral
SOCY 428 Global Conflict, Migrants, and                                                                                                  Sciences (3)
         Refugees (3)                                         SPCH 125 Introduction to Interpersonal                                     ONLINE
         ONLINE                                                        Communication (3)                                                      OL2 (51023) 6980
                 OL1 (51203) 6380                                                                                                             OL3 (51024) 7380
                                                                       ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (51062) 6380                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
SOCY 432 Social Movements (3)                                                  OL2 (52005) 6980                                               US2 (50269) 4060 W    7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                                OL3 (52012) 7380
                 OL2 (51386) 6980                                                                                           STAT     230 Introductory Business
                                                              SPCH 200 Advanced Public Speaking (3)                                      Statistics (3)
SOCY 443 The Family and Society (3)                                    ONLINE                                                            ONLINE
                                                                               OL2 (52015) 6980                                               OL1 (50956) 6380
         Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              OL2 (50958) 6980
                 US1 (51742) 6235 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon                        College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              OL3 (51256) 7380
                                                                               US2 (52254) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.
SOCY 462 Women in the Military (3)                                                                                                            College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                                                                                              US1 (50270) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.
         Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                                                                                                              US1 (50271) 4025 Th   7–10 p.m.
                 US1 (51681) 4135 W      6–9 p.m.                                                                                             US2 (50272) 4060 W    7–10 p.m.




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

  32        U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
Theatre                                                       WRTG 391 Advanced Research Writing (3)                        WRTG 394 Advanced Business Writing (3)
                                                                       ONLINE                                                        ONLINE
                                                                               OL1 (51077) 6380                                               OL1 (51088) 6380
THET 110         Introduction to the Theatre (3)                               OL2 (52186) 6980                                               OL2 (52258) 6980
                 ONLINE                                                        OL3 (52191) 7380                                               OL3 (52262) 7380
                 OL2 (52163) 6980                                              Anacostia-Bolling/Online Hybrid ❋                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  US1 (51763) 4210 M       6–9 p.m.                              US1 (50287) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                 US2 (50273) 4060 W          7–10 p.m.                                                                                        US2 (50288) 4060 W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                               College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1 (50281) 4010 M       7–10 p.m.                             Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (50282) 4055 Tu      7–10 p.m.                             US1 (51829) 7620 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
Women’s Studies                                                                Fort Detrick/Online Hybrid ❋                                   Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US2 (51804) 7855    Tu   6–9 p.m.                              US2 (51508) 4565 Th   6–9 p.m.
WMST 200 Introduction to Women’s                                               Largo/Online Hybrid ❋                                          Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
         Studies: Women and                                                    US1 (51744) 6210 M       7–10 p.m.                             US1 (51746) 6235 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
         Society (3)                                                           Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋                                    US2 (51782) 6260 W    7–10 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                                US2 (51724) 5150 M       6:30–9:30 p.m.                        Prince George’s Community
                 OL2 (50974) 6980                                                                                                             College/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                              WRTG 393 Advanced Technical Writing (3)                                         US2 (51660) 6150 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.

                                                                       ONLINE                                                                 Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
Writing                                                                        OL1 (51081) 6380                                               US1 (51699) 5120 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                               OL2 (52231) 6980                                               US2 (51725) 5165 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.
WRTG 101         Introduction to Writing (3)                                   OL3 (52251) 7380                                               Waldorf/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               Andrews/Online Hybrid ❋                                        US1 (51769) 5020 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 ONLINE
                                                                               US2 (51730) 4155 M       6–9 p.m.                              US2 (51781) 5050 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 OL1 (51050) 6380
                 OL2 (52168) 6980                                              College Park/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL3 (52174) 7380                                                                                           WRTG 490 Writing for Managers (3)
                                                                               US1 (50283) 4020 W       7–10 p.m.
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  US2 (50284) 4065 Th      7–10 p.m.                    ONLINE
                 US1   (50275)   4010   M    7–10 p.m.                         Dorsey Station/Online Hybrid ❋                                 OL1 (51073) 6380
                 US1   (50276)   4020   W    7–10 p.m.                                                                                        OL2 (52267) 6980
                                                                               US2 (51841) 7660 W       6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 US2   (50278)   4055   Tu   7–10 p.m.                                                                                        OL3 (52269) 7380
                 US2   (50277)   4065   Th   7–10 p.m.                         Eastern Shore/Online Hybrid ❋
                                                                               US1 (51842) 3510 M       6:30–9:30 p.m.      WRTG 494 Grant and Proposal Writing (3)
WRTG 291 Research Writing (3)                                                  Fort Meade/Online Hybrid ❋                            ONLINE
                                                                               US1 (51814) 4525 Th      6–9 p.m.
         ONLINE                                                                                                                               OL2 (52198) 6980
                 OL1 (51063) 6380                                              Largo/Online Hybrid ❋
                 OL2 (52180) 6980                                              US1 (51745) 6225 Th      7–10 p.m.
                 OL3 (52182) 7380                                              US2 (51777) 6255 Tu      7–10 p.m.
                 College Park/Online Hybrid ❋                                  Shady Grove/Online Hybrid ❋
                 US1 (50279) 4015 Tu         7–10 p.m.                         US1 (51696) 5110 M       6:30–9:30 p.m.
                 US2 (50280) 4050 M          7–10 p.m.                         Southern Maryland/
                                                                               Online Hybrid ❋
WRTG 293 Introduction to Professional                                          US2 (51726) 6060 W       6:30–9:30 p.m.
         Writing (3)
         ONLINE
                 OL1 (51068) 6380
                 OL2 (52184) 6980
                 OL3 (52185) 7380

WRTG 387 Issues in Tutoring Writing (3)
         ONLINE
                 OL2 (52255) 6980




   Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections.
❋ Hybrid classes have the same technical requirements as online classes but meet on-site as well as online. See p. 47 for more information.
Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule at www.umuc.edu/schedule.

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COURSES OFFERED ONLINE

         Online education makes it possible for you to complete your degree or certificate✢ program
         from any place with Internet access. You can participate in your class day or night—
         whenever is most convenient for you.


                                                           Online Classes                                              ARAB 112 Elementary Arabic II (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52456) 6380

  Key to Course Listing                                    Online Session 1                                            ARTH 372 History of Western Art I (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52457) 6380
                                                           (May 14–July 8)                                             ARTH 478 History of Women in the Visual
           Catalog                         Number
                                                                                                                                Arts (3)
   Subject Number          Course Title    of Units        AASP 201 Introduction to African American                                 (52458) 6380
                                                                    Studies (3)
                                                                          (51125) 6380                                 ARTT 110 Drawing and Design (3)
  ACCT       321 Cost Accounting              (3)                                                                                    (52459) 6380
                                                           ACCT 220 Principles of Accounting I (3)
                 (60238)       6980                                       (50623) 6380                                 ARTT 210 Drawing (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52460) 6380
                                                           ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting II (3)
                                                                          (50630) 6380                                 ASTD 285      Introduction to Modern East Asia (3)
                      Class         Section
                                                                                                                                     (52462) 6380
                     Number         Number                 ACCT 310 Intermediate Accounting I (3)
                                                                          (50635) 6380                                 ASTR 100      Introduction to Astronomy (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50654) 6380
                                                           ACCT 311 Intermediate Accounting II (3)
                                                                          (50637) 6380                                 BEHS 210 Introduction to Social Sciences (3)
Technical Requirements                                     ACCT 321 Cost Accounting (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50657) 6380

                                                                          (50639) 6380                                 BEHS 320 Disability Studies (3)
To check the most current system                                                                                                     (51304) 6380
requirements for online courses, go to                     ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)
                                                                          (50641) 6380                                 BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
tychousa.umuc.edu/tech/min_tech.html.                                                                                                (50659) 6380
                                                           ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)
                                                                          (50643) 6380                                 BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52463) 6380
Course Materials                                           ACCT 328 Accounting Software (3)
                                                                                                                       BEHS 380 End of Life: Issues and
                                                                          (50645) 6380
Special requirements (e.g., lab manuals,                                                                                        Perspectives (3)
                                                           ACCT 350 Federal Financial Management (3)                                 (52464) 6380
video, or special computer requirements)                                  (51967) 6380
                                                                                                                       BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
are indicated in the course description,                   ACCT 410 Accounting for Government and                                    (50661) 6380
which may be accessed via the interactive                           Not-for-Profit Organizations (3)
                                                                          (52451) 6380                                 BIOL    101 Concepts of Biology (3)
online course schedule.                                                                                                              (50662) 6380
                                                           ACCT 422 Auditing Theory and Practice (3)
Go to tychousa.umuc.edu to check out                                      (50649) 6380                                 BIOL    102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
your course syllabus. If you do not receive an                                                                                       (50668) 6380
                                                           ACCT 427 Advanced Auditing (3)
e-mail with class information before the ses-                             (52452) 6380                                 BIOL    103 Introduction to Biology (4)
sion begins, e-mail textbooks@umuc.edu.                                                                                              (51040) 6380
                                                           ACCT 438 Fraud and Forensic Accounting (3)
                                                                          (51982) 6380                                 BIOL    160 Human Biology (3)
                                                                                                                                     (51071) 6380
New to Online Study?                                       ACCT 440 Forensic and Investigative
                                                                    Accounting (3)                                     BIOL    301 Human Health and Disease (3)
                                                                                                                                     (51184) 6380
If you haven’t taken an online course                                     (51272) 6380
                                                           ANTH 102 Introduction Cultural                              BIOL    307 The Biology of Aging (3)
before and want to find out more, go to                                                                                              (52465) 6380
www.umuc.edu/411 and sign up to take a                              Anthropology (3)
                                                                          (51013) 6380                                 BIOL    325 Inquiries in Biological Science (3)
test drive of online study with UMUC 411.                                                                                            (52466) 6380
                                                           ANTH 344 Culture and Language (3)
                                                                          (52454) 6380




✢ More information about certificates, including gainful employment disclosures, is available at www.umuc.edu/ugcertificates.
Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections. Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule.

  34       U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
BIOL    328 Bioethics (3)                                  CCJS 105 Introduction to Criminology (3)                    CMIT 265 Fundamentals of Networking (3)
              (52467) 6380                                                (51115) 6380                                               (50730) 6380
BIOL    357 Bioinformatics (3)                             CCJS 234 Criminal Procedure and Evidence (3)                CMIT 320 Network Security (3)
              (52468) 6380                                                (51036) 6380                                               (50924) 6380
BIOL    400 Life Science Seminar (3)                       CCJS 301 Criminalistics I: The Comparative                  CMIT 350 Interconnecting Cisco Devices (3)
              (52472) 6380                                          Disciplines (4)                                                  (50960) 6380
                                                                          (52480) 6380
BMGT 110 Introduction to Business and                                                                                  CMIT 364 Windows Desktop Operating
         Management (3)                                    CCJS 340 Law-Enforcement Administration (3)                          Systems (3)
              (50675) 6380                                                (50713) 6380                                               (51177) 6380
BMGT 305 Knowledge Management (3)                          CCJS 342 Crime Scene Investigation (3)                      CMIT 368 Windows Server Administration (3)
              (51201) 6380                                                (52481) 6380                                               (50982) 6380
BMGT 317 Decision Making (3)                               CCJS 350 Juvenile Delinquency (3)                           CMIT 376 Windows Network Infrastructure (3)
              (50682) 6380                                                (51428) 6380                                               (51098) 6380
BMGT 339 Introduction to Federal                           CCJS 370 Race, Crime, and Criminal Justice (3)              CMIT 377 Windows Directory Services
         Contracting (3)                                                  (51228) 6380                                          Infrastructure (3)
              (52019) 6380                                                                                                           (51012) 6380
                                                           CCJS 380 Ethical Behavior in Criminal
BMGT 364 Management and Organization                                Justice (3)                                        CMIT 391 Linux System Administration (3)
         Theory (3)                                                       (52482) 6380                                               (52509) 6380
              (50684) 6380
                                                           CCJS 390 Cyber Crime and Security (3)                       CMIT 425 Advanced Information System
BMGT 365 Organizational Leadership (3)                                    (51191) 6380                                          Security (3)
              (52923) 6380                                                                                                           (51179) 6380
                                                           CCJS 413 Legal and Ethical Issues in
BMGT 375 Purchasing Management (3)                                  Intelligence (3)                                   CMSC 150 Introduction to Discrete
              (52025) 6380                                                (52486) 6380                                          Structures (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50732) 6380
BMGT 380 Business Law I (3)                                CCJS 421 Computer Forensics (3)
              (50692) 6380                                                (51119) 6380                                 CMSC 350 Data Structures and Analysis (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52502) 6380
BMGT 381 Business Law II (3)                               CCJS 497 Correctional Administration (3)
              (52031) 6380                                                (51039) 6380                                 CMST 290 Introduction to Interactive Design (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52510) 6380
BMGT 391 Supervision (3)                                   CHEM 121 Chemistry in the Modern World (3)
              (50697) 6380                                                (51372) 6380                                 CMST 303 Advanced Application Software (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50733) 6380
BMGT 392 Global Business (3)                               CHIN     114 Elementary Chinese III (3)
              (50698) 6380                                                (52490) 6380                                 CMST 310 Fundamentals of Electronic
BMGT 411 Process Improvement and                           CMIS 102 Introduction to Problem Solving and                         Publishing (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50735) 6380
         Performance Measurements (3)                               Algorithm Design (3)
              (52477) 6380                                                (50716) 6380                                 CMST 325 Image Editing (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52513) 6380
BMGT 456 Managing Across Cultures and                      CMIS 111 Social Networking and
         Borders (3)                                                Cybersecurity Best Practices (3)                   CMST 385 Principles of Web Design and
              (51327) 6380                                                (52494) 6380                                          Technology I (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50736) 6380
BMGT 482 Advanced Federal Contracting (3)                  CMIS 141 Introductory Programming (3)
              (50700) 6380                                                (50719) 6380                                 CMST 388 Fundamentals of JavaScript (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52515) 6380
BMGT 487 Project Management I (3)                          CMIS 310 Computer Systems and
              (50701) 6380                                          Architecture (3)                                   COMM 300 Communication Theory (3)
                                                                          (50722) 6380                                               (50740) 6380
BMGT 488 Project Management II (3)
              (51167) 6380                                 CMIS 320 Relational Database Concepts and                   COMM 302 Mass Communication and Media
BMGT 495 Strategic Management (3)                                   Applications (3)                                            Studies (3)
              (50702) 6380                                                (50724) 6380                                               (51185) 6380

BMGT 496 Business Ethics (3)                               CMIS 330 Software Engineering Principles and                COMM 380 Language in Social Contexts (3)
              (50705) 6380                                          Techniques (3)                                                   (50743) 6380
                                                                          (50727) 6380
CCJS 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)                                                                          COMM 493 Strategies for Visual
              (50709) 6380                                 CMIS 485 Web Database Development (3)                                Communication (3)
                                                                          (50973) 6380                                               (50746) 6380
CCJS 101 Introduction to Investigative
         Forensics (3)                                     CMIT 202 Fundamentals of Computer                           CSIA    301 Foundations of Cybersecurity (3)
              (52479) 6380                                          Troubleshooting (3)                                              (51387) 6380
                                                                          (52506) 6380




Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections. Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule.

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CSIA    302 Telecommunications in Information              ENGL 433 Modern American Literature:                        GERO 306 Programs, Services, and Policies (3)
            Systems (3)                                             1914–1945 (3)                                                    (51863) 6380
              (51373) 6380                                                (50764) 6380
                                                                                                                       GERO 351 Management of Senior Housing
CSIA    303 Foundations of Information System              ENGL 454 Modern World Drama (3)                                      Environment (3)
            Security (3)                                                  (51363) 6380                                               (51864) 6380
              (51375) 6380
                                                           ENGL 485 Seminar in Creative Writing:                       GVPT 100 Introduction to Political Science (3)
CSIA    412 Security Policy Analysis (3)                            Poetry (3)                                                       (51037) 6380
              (51850) 6380                                                (51392) 6380
                                                                                                                       GVPT 170 American Government (3)
ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                  ENMT 301 Environment and Ecosystems                                       (50772) 6380
              (50748) 6380                                          Management (3)                                     GVPT 280 Comparative Politics and
                                                                          (50766) 6380
ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics (3)                                                                                       Government (3)
              (50754) 6380                                 ENMT 310 Emergency Planning and Operations                                (51209) 6380
ECON 301 Current Issues in Economic Policy (3)                      Management (3)                                     GVPT 401 Understanding 21st-Century Global
              (51851) 6380                                                (51015) 6380
                                                                                                                                Challenges (3)
                                                           ENMT 322 Occupational Health and Safety (3)                               (51288) 6380
ECON 305 Intermediate Macroeconomic
                                                                          (51855) 6380
         Theory and Policy (3)                                                                                         GVPT 406 Global Terrorism (3)
              (51002) 6380                                 ENMT 380 Air Quality Management (3)                                       (51046) 6380
                                                                          (51856) 6380
ECON 430 Money and Banking (3)                                                                                         GVPT 409 Terrorism, Antiterrorism, and
              (50976) 6380                                 EXCL     301 Learning Analysis and Planning (3)                      Homeland Security (3)
                                                                          (50768) 6380                                               (51865) 6380
ECON 440 International Economics (3)
              (51852) 6380                                 FINC     310 Entrepreneurship and New Venture               GVPT 475 The Presidency and the Executive
EDCP 100 Principles and Strategies of                                   Planning (3)                                            Branch (3)
                                                                          (51103) 6380                                               (52696) 6380
         Successful Learning (3)
              (50758) 6370                                 FINC     321 Fundamentals of Building Wealth (3)            HIST    107 Classical Foundations (3)
              (51393) 6900                                                (51104) 6380                                               (51290) 6380
EDCP 103 Fundamentals of Writing and                       FINC     330 Business Finance (3)                           HIST    115 World History I (3)
         Grammar (3)                                                      (51106) 6380                                               (50775) 6380
              (50963) 6380
                                                           FINC     331 Finance for the Nonfinancial                   HIST    141 Western Civilization I (3)
EMGT 302 Concepts of Emergency                                          Manager (3)                                                  (51006) 6380
         Management (3)                                                   (51857) 6380
                                                                                                                       HIST    156 History of the United States
              (51099) 6380
                                                           FINC     340 Investments (3)                                            to 1865 (3)
EMGT 312 Social Dimensions of Disaster (3)                                (51109) 6380                                               (50779) 6380
              (51194) 6380
                                                           FINC     352 Life and Health Insurance (3)                  HIST    157 History of the United States Since
ENGL 205 Introduction to Shakespeare (3)                                  (51858) 6380                                             1865 (3)
              (51126) 6380                                                                                                           (50781) 6380
                                                           FINC     440 Security Analysis and Valuation (3)
ENGL 240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and                             (51112) 6380                                 HIST    202 Principles of War (3)
         Drama (3)                                         FINC     450 Commercial Bank Management (3)                               (51390) 6380
              (50759) 6380
                                                                          (51859) 6380                                 HIST    309 Historical Writing (3)
ENGL 281 Standard English Grammar (3)                      FINC     451 Financial Markets and Institutions (3)                       (50783) 6380
              (51853) 6380
                                                                          (51860) 6380                                 HIST    354 Latin America: Revolutions,
ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative Writing:                 FINC     495 Contemporary Issues in Finance                             Caudillos, and Democracy (3)
         Fiction and Creative Nonfiction (3)                            Practice (3)                                                 (51227) 6380
              (50979) 6380
                                                                          (51196) 6380                                 HIST    365 Recent America: 1945 to the
ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)             FSCN 302 Fire and Emergency Services                                    Present (3)
              (50760) 6380                                                                                                           (50788) 6380
                                                                    Administration (3)
ENGL 310 Renaissance Literature (3)                                       (50937) 6380                                 HIST    377 U.S. Women’s History: 1870 to
              (51186) 6380                                                                                                         2000 (3)
                                                           GEOG 100 Introduction to Geography (3)
ENGL 345 Modern Poetry: 1914 to 1945 (3)                                  (51861) 6380                                               (50789) 6380
              (50763) 6380                                                                                             HIST    460 African American History: 1500 to
                                                           GEOL 100 Physical Geology (3)
ENGL 363 African American Authors from the                                (51862) 6380                                             1865 (3)
         Colonial Era to 1900 (3)                                                                                                    (51129) 6380
                                                           GERM 111 Elementary German I (3)
              (51854) 6380                                                                                             HIST    465 World War II (3)
                                                                          (50770) 6380
ENGL 425 20th-Century British Literature (3)                                                                                         (51211) 6380
                                                           GERO 100 Introduction to Gerontology (3)
              (51005) 6380
                                                                          (50771) 6380




Go to www.umuc.edu/techreq for technology requirements before registering for online sections. Course descriptions may be accessed via the online schedule.

  36       U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
HIST    481 History of China from the Opium War            JAPN 111 Elementary Japanese I (3)                          NSCI    103 Fundamentals of Physical
            to Deng Xiaoping (3)                                          (50966) 6380                                             Science (4)
              (50792) 6380                                                                                                           (51199) 6380
                                                           JOUR 201 Introduction to News Writing (3)
HIST    482 History of Japan to the Late Edo                              (50848) 6380                                 NSCI    362 Environmental Change and
            Period (3)                                     JOUR 371 Introduction to Feature Writing (3)                            Sustainability (3)
              (51847) 6380                                                (51212) 6380                                               (50941) 6380
HMLS 302 Introduction to Homeland Security (3)             LGST     101 Introduction to Law (3)                        PHIL    100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
              (51047) 6380                                                (50851) 6380                                               (51214) 6380
HMLS 304 Strategic Planning in Homeland                    LGST     201 Legal Writing (3)                              PHIL    140 Contemporary Moral Issues (3)
         Security (3)                                                     (50855) 6380                                               (50884) 6380
              (51049) 6380
                                                           LGST     204 Legal Ethics (3)                               PHIL    336 Ideas Shaping the 21st Century (3)
HMLS 312 Technology in Homeland Security (3)                              (50857) 6380                                               (51276) 6380
              (51848) 6380
                                                           LGST     300 Advanced Legal Research and                    PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology (3)
HMLS 416 Homeland Security and International                                                                                         (50889) 6380
                                                                        Analysis (3)
         Relations (3)                                                    (51197) 6380                                 PSYC 101 Psychology of Adjustment (3)
              (51849) 6380                                                                                                           (50959) 6380
                                                           LGST     315 Domestic Relations (3)
HRMN 300 Human Resource Management (3)                                    (50859) 6380                                 PSYC 300 Research Methods in Psychology (3)
              (50793) 6380                                                                                                           (50899) 6380
                                                           LGST     325 Litigation (3)
HRMN 302 Organizational Communication (3)                                 (50860) 6380                                 PSYC 301 Biological Basis of Behavior (3)
              (50799) 6380                                                                                                           (50897) 6380
                                                           LGST     340 Contract Law (3)
HRMN 362 Labor Relations (3)                                              (50861) 6380                                 PSYC 310 Sensation and Perception (3)
              (50802) 6380                                                                                                           (50901) 6380
                                                           LGST     411 Consumer Protection Law (3)
HRMN 365 Conflict Management in                                           (50862) 6380                                 PSYC 321 Social Psychology (3)
         Organizations (3)                                                                                                           (50895) 6380
              (50803) 6380                                 LGST     442 Business Organizations (3)
                                                                          (51792) 6380                                 PSYC 332 Psychology of Human Sexuality (3)
HRMN 400 Human Resource Management:                                                                                                  (50903) 6380
         Issues and Problems (3)                           LGST     450 Bankruptcy Law (3)
              (50805) 6380                                                (51198) 6380                                 PSYC 353 Abnormal Psychology (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50906) 6380
HRMN 408 Employment Law for Business (3)                   MATH 009 Introductory Algebra (3)
              (50808) 6380                                                (50945) 6380                                 PSYC 432 Introduction to Counseling
                                                           MATH 012 Intermediate Algebra (3)                                    Psychology (3)
HRMN 495 Contemporary Issues in Human                                                                                                (51217) 6380
                                                                          (50951) 6380
         Resource Management Practice (3)
              (51003) 6380                                 MATH 106 Finite Mathematics (3)                             PSYC 437 Positive Psychology (3)
                                                                          (51061) 6380                                               (51998) 6380
HUMN 100 Introduction to Humanities (3)
              (51292) 6380                                 MATH 107 College Algebra (3)                                PSYC 451 Tests and Measurements (3)
                                                                          (50863) 6380                                               (51131) 6380
HUMN 351 Myth in the World (3)
              (50810) 6380                                 MATH 115 Pre-Calculus (3)                                   SOCY 100 Introduction to Sociology (3)
                                                                          (51213) 6380                                               (50911) 6380
IFSM    201 Concepts and Applications of
            Information Technology (3)                     MATH 141 Calculus II (4)                                    SOCY 325 The Sociology of Gender (3)
              (50813) 6370                                                (50868) 6380                                               (50939) 6380

IFSM    300 Information Systems in                         MRKT 310 Marketing Principles (3)                           SOCY 423 Minorities in the United States (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50940) 6380
            Organizations (3)                                             (50869) 6380
              (50827) 6380                                                                                             SOCY 428 Global Conflict, Migrants, and
                                                           MRKT 395 Managing Customer
IFSM    301 Foundations of Enterprise and                           Relationships (3)                                           Refugees (3)
                                                                                                                                     (51203) 6380
            Information Systems (3)                                       (50875) 6380
              (51784) 6380                                                                                             SPAN 111 Elementary Spanish I (3)
                                                           MRKT 410 Consumer Behavior (3)
                                                                                                                                     (50914) 6380
IFSM    304 Ethics in Information Technology (3)                          (50876) 6380
              (50836) 6380                                                                                             SPAN 318 Commercial and Workplace
                                                           MRKT 454 Global Marketing (3)
IFSM    310 Software and Hardware                                         (51175) 6380                                          Spanish (4)
                                                                                                                                     (51401) 6380
            Infrastructure Concepts (3)                    MUSC 210 Music as Cultural Expression (3)
              (50840) 6380                                                (51035) 6380                                 SPCH 100 Foundations of Oral
IFSM    432 Business Continuity Planning (3)                                                                                    Communication (3)
                                                           NSCI     100 Introduction to Physical Science (3)                         (51279) 6380
              (50842) 6380                                                (50877) 6380
IFSM    461 Systems Analysis and Design (3)                                                                            SPCH 125 Introduction to Interpersonal
                                                           NSCI     101 Physical Science Laboratory (1)                         Communication (3)
              (50846) 6380                                                (50880) 6380                                               (51062) 6380


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SPCH 470 Effective Listening (3)                           ACCT 433 Audit and Control of Information                   BIOL    362 Neurobiology (3)
              (50919) 6380                                          Technology (3)                                                   (52433) 6980
                                                                          (51980) 6980
STAT    200 Introduction to Statistics (3)                                                                             BIOL    422 Epidemiology of Emerging
              (50921) 6380                                 ACCT 451 Federal Accounting Management (3)                              Infections (3)
                                                                          (51983) 6980                                               (52434) 6980
STAT    230 Introductory Business Statistics (3)
              (50956) 6380                                 ACCT 495 Contemporary Issues in Accounting                  BMGT 110 Introduction to Business and
WRTG 101 Introduction to Writing (3)                                Practice (3)                                                Management (3)
              (51050) 6380                                                (51985) 6980                                               (51989) 6980

WRTG 291 Research Writing (3)                              ANTH 101 Introduction to Biological                         BMGT 307 Import and Export: Managing Global
              (51063) 6380                                          Anthropology (3)                                            Trade (3)
                                                                          (52300) 6980                                               (52010) 6980
WRTG 293 Introduction to Professional
         Writing (3)                                       ANTH 350 Health, Illness, and Healing (3)                   BMGT 312 Gender Issues in Business (3)
              (51068) 6380                                                (52303) 6980                                               (52016) 6980

WRTG 391 Advanced Research Writing (3)                     ANTH 351 Anthropology in Forensic                           BMGT 364 Management and Organization
              (51077) 6380                                          Investigations (3)                                          Theory (3)
                                                                          (52304) 6980                                               (52043) 6980
WRTG 393 Advanced Technical Writing (3)
              (51081) 6380                                 ARAB 111 Elementary Arabic I (3)                            BMGT 365 Organizational Leadership (3)
                                                                          (51923) 6980                                               (52023) 6980
WRTG 394 Advanced Business Writing (3)
              (51088) 6380                                 ARTH 373 History of Western Art II (3)                      BMGT 380 Business Law I (3)
                                                                          (51941) 6980                                               (52027) 6980
WRTG 490 Writing for Managers (3)
              (51073) 6380                                 ARTH 388 Contemporary Art (3)                               BMGT 391 Supervision (3)
                                                                          (51943) 6980                                               (52033) 6980

Online Session 2                                           ARTT 205 Art Appreciation (3)                               BMGT 437 International Business Law (3)
                                                                          (51945) 6980                                               (52039) 6980
(June 4–July 29)
                                                           ASTD 284 Foundations of East Asian                          BMGT 465 Organizational Development and
                                                                    Civilization (3)                                            Transformation (3)
ACCT 220 Principles of Accounting I (3)                                   (52461) 6980                                               (52046) 6980
              (51877) 6980
                                                           ASTR 100 Introduction to Astronomy (3)                      BMGT 484 Managing Teams in Organizations (3)
ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting II (3)                                  (52439) 6980                                               (52049) 6980
              (51883) 6980
                                                           BEHS 210 Introduction to Social Sciences (3)                BMGT 495 Strategic Management (3)
ACCT 301 Accounting for Nonaccounting                                     (52201) 6980                                               (52052) 6980
         Managers (3)
              (51889) 6980                                 BEHS 220 Diversity Awareness (3)                            BMGT 496 Business Ethics (3)
                                                                          (52203) 6980                                               (52055) 6980
ACCT 310 Intermediate Accounting I (3)
              (51890) 6980                                 BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)                                CCJS 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
                                                                          (52205) 6980                                               (52079) 6980
ACCT 311 Intermediate Accounting II (3)
              (51894) 6980                                 BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)                              CCJS 101 Introduction to Investigative
                                                                          (52210) 6980                                          Forensics (3)
ACCT 320 Fraud Detection and Deterrence (3)                                                                                          (52082) 6980
              (51897) 6980                                 BIOL     101 Concepts of Biology (3)
                                                                          (52403) 6980                                 CCJS 105 Introduction to Criminology (3)
ACCT 321 Cost Accounting (3)                                                                                                         (52085) 6980
              (51900) 6980                                 BIOL     102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
                                                                          (52407) 6980                                 CCJS 230 Criminal Law in Action (3)
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)                                                                                                    (52087) 6980
              (51903) 6980                                 BIOL     103 Introduction to Biology (4)
                                                                          (52411) 6980                                 CCJS 301 Criminalistics I: The Comparative
ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)
                                                           BIOL     181 Life in the Oceans (3)                                  Disciplines (4)
              (51962) 6980
                                                                          (52420) 6980                                               (52089) 6980
ACCT 327 Enterprise Management Systems
                                                           BIOL     301 Human Health and Disease (3)                   CCJS 302 Criminalistics II: The Scientific
         for Accountants (3)
                                                                          (52423) 6980                                          Disciplines (4)
              (51964) 6980
                                                                                                                                     (52091) 6980
ACCT 417 Federal Income Tax II (3)                         BIOL     302 Bacteria, Viruses, and Health (3)
                                                                          (52426) 6980                                 CCJS 341 Criminal Investigation (3)
              (51970) 6980
                                                                                                                                     (52093) 6980
ACCT 424 Advanced Accounting (3)                           BIOL     320 Forensic Biology (3)
                                                                          (52429) 6980                                 CCJS 345 Introduction to Security
              (51976) 6980
                                                                                                                                Management (3)
ACCT 426 Advanced Cost Accounting (3)                      BIOL     350 Molecular and Cellular Biology (3)                           (52096) 6980
              (51978) 6980                                                (52430) 6980
                                                                                                                       CCJS 360 Victimology (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52098) 6980


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CCJS 380 Ethical Behavior in Criminal                      CMIT 265 Fundamentals of Networking (3)                     COMM 300 Communication Theory (3)
         Justice (3)                                                      (52324) 6980                                               (51950) 6980
              (52099) 6980
                                                           CMIT 320 Network Security (3)                               COMM 302 Mass Communication and Media
CCJS 411 History of Intelligence and the U.S.                             (52327) 6980                                          Studies (3)
         National Intelligence Community (3)                                                                                         (51954) 6980
                                                           CMIT 350 Interconnecting Cisco Devices (3)
              (52101) 6980                                                (52330) 6980                                 COMM 400 Mass Media Law (3)
CCJS 420 Medical and Legal Investigations of                                                                                         (51957) 6980
                                                           CMIT 364 Windows Desktop Operating
         Death (3)                                                  Systems (3)                                        COMM 495 Senior Seminar in Communication
              (52103) 6980                                                (52332) 6980                                          Studies (3)
CCJS 461 Psychology of Criminal Behavior (3)                                                                                         (51968) 6980
                                                           CMIT 368 Windows Server Administration (3)
              (52107) 6980                                                (52334) 6980                                 CSIA    301 Foundations of Cybersecurity (3)
CCJS 495 Issues in Criminal Justice (3)                                                                                              (52345) 6980
                                                           CMIT 378 Windows Server Applications
              (52109) 6980
                                                                    Infrastructure (3)                                 CSIA    303 Foundations of Information System
CHIN    112 Elementary Chinese II (3)                                     (52338) 6980                                             Security (3)
              (51926) 6980                                                                                                           (52350) 6980
                                                           CMIT 391 Linux System Administration (3)
CMIS 102 Introduction to Problem Solving and                              (52339) 6980                                 CSIA    413 Security Policy Implementation (3)
         Algorithm Design (3)                                                                                                        (52352) 6980
                                                           CMIT 450 Designing Cisco Networks (3)
              (52271) 6980                                                (52342) 6980                                 CSIA    454 Information System Security
CMIS 111 Social Networking and                             CMIT 495 Current Trends and Projects in                                 Mechanisms (3)
         Cybersecurity Best Practices (3)                                                                                            (52353) 6980
                                                                    Computer Networks and Security (3)
              (52278) 6980                                                (52344) 6980                                 CSIA    459 Evaluating Emerging Technologies (3)
CMIS 115 Programming in Objective-C for the                                                                                          (52355) 6980
                                                           CMSC 325 Game Design and Development (3)
         Mac (3)                                                          (52443) 6980                                 ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
              (52282) 6980                                                                                                           (52113) 6980
                                                           CMSC 330 Advanced Programming
CMIS 125 Programming in C# (3)                                      Languages (3)                                      ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
              (52283) 6980                                                (52444) 6980                                               (52117) 6980
CMIS 170 Introduction to XML (3)                           CMSC 335 Object-Oriented and Concurrent                     EDCP 100 Principles and Strategies of
              (52285) 6980
                                                                    Programming (3)                                             Successful Learning (3)
CMIS 215 Programming for the iPhone and                                   (52445) 6980                                               (52522) 6980
         iPad (3)                                          CMSC 412 Operating Systems (3)                              EDCP 103 Fundamentals of Writing and
              (52286) 6980                                                (52448) 6980                                          Grammar (3)
CMIS 225 Developing Windows Presentation                                                                                             (52164) 6980
                                                           CMSC 465 Image and Signal Processing (3)
         Foundation Applications Using C# (3)                             (52449) 6980                                 EMGT 302 Concepts of Emergency
              (52287) 6980
                                                           CMSC 495 Current Trends and Projects in                              Management (3)
CMIS 242 Intermediate Programming (3)                                                                                                (52134) 6980
                                                                    Computer Science (3)
              (52288) 6980                                                (52306) 6980                                 EMGT 304 Emergency Response Preparedness
CMIS 310 Computer Systems and                              CMST 303 Advanced Application Software (3)                           and Planning (3)
         Architecture (3)                                                 (52308) 6980                                               (52139) 6980
              (52290) 6980
                                                           CMST 306 Introduction to Visual Basic .NET                  EMGT 308 Exercise and Evaluation Programs (3)
CMIS 315 Programming in C++ (3)                                                                                                      (52141) 6980
                                                                    Programming (3)
              (52292) 6980                                                (52310) 6980                                 ENGL 281 Standard English Grammar (3)
CMIS 325 UNIX with Shell Programming (3)                                                                                             (52056) 6980
                                                           CMST 320 Illustration Graphics (3)
              (52417) 6980                                                (52312) 6980                                 ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative Writing:
CMIS 420 Advanced Relational Database                      CMST 341 Principles of Multimedia I (3)                              Fiction and Creative Nonfiction (3)
         Concepts and Applications (3)                                    (52313) 6980                                               (52057) 6980
              (52425) 6980
                                                           CMST 386 Principles of Web Design and                       ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
CMIS 435 Computer Networking (3)                                                                                                     (52060) 6980
                                                                    Technology II (3)
              (52432) 6980                                                (52316) 6980                                 ENGL 311 17th- and 18th-Century British
CMIS 440 Advanced Programming in Java (3)                  CMST 455 Introduction to Digital Video                               Literature (3)
              (52435) 6980                                                                                                           (52062) 6980
                                                                    Editing (3)
CMIS 445 Distributed Systems (3)                                          (52318) 6980                                 ENGL 333 Business and Leadership in
              (52438) 6980                                                                                                      Literature (3)
                                                           CMST 495 Current Trends and Projects in Digital
                                                                                                                                     (52064) 6980
CMIT 202 Fundamentals of Computer                                   Media and Web Technology (3)
         Troubleshooting (3)                                              (52320) 6980
              (52321) 6980



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ENGL 364 African American Authors from 1900                GERM 112 Elementary German II (3)                           HIST    481 History of China from the Opium War
         to Present (3)                                                   (51928) 6980                                             to Deng Xiaoping (3)
              (52066) 6980                                                                                                           (51921) 6980
                                                           GERM 212 Intermediate German II (3)
ENGL 384 Advanced Grammar and Style (3)                                   (51930) 6980                                 HIST    483 History of Japan Since the Late Edo
              (52068) 6980                                                                                                         Period (3)
                                                           GERO 220 Psychological Aspects of Aging (3)
                                                                          (52224) 6980                                               (51922) 6980
ENGL 406 Seminar in Shakespeare Studies (3)
              (52070) 6980                                                                                             HMLS 302 Introduction to Homeland Security (3)
                                                           GERO 302 Health and Aging (3)
                                                                          (52295) 6980                                               (52143) 6980
ENGL 434 Contemporary American Drama (3)
              (52072) 6980                                                                                             HMLS 304 Strategic Planning in Homeland
                                                           GERO 338 Health Promotion in Older Adults (3)
ENGL 459 Contemporary World Literature (3)                                (52297) 6980                                          Security (3)
              (52075) 6980                                                                                                           (52147) 6980
                                                           GERO 410 Cross-Cultural Perspectives of
ENGL 481 Seminar in Creative Writing: Fiction                       Aging (3)                                          HMLS 310 Homeland Security Response to
         and Creative Nonfiction (3)                                      (52299) 6980                                          Critical Incidents (3)
              (52076) 6980                                                                                                           (52148) 6980
                                                           GRCO 100 Introduction to Graphic
ENMT 303 Environmental Regulations and                              Communication (3)                                  HMLS 408 Infrastructure in Homeland
         Policy (3)                                                       (51947) 6980                                          Security (3)
              (52534) 6980                                                                                                           (52150) 6980
                                                           GVPT 101 Introduction to Political Theory (3)
ENMT 315 Environmental Audits and Permits (3)                             (52576) 6980                                 HMLS 414 Homeland Security and
              (52536) 6980                                                                                                      Intelligence (3)
                                                           GVPT 170 American Government (3)                                          (52151) 6980
ENMT 340 Environmental Technology (3)                                     (52577) 6980
              (52539) 6980                                                                                             HRMN 300 Human Resource Management (3)
                                                           GVPT 403 Law, Morality, and War (3)                                       (50796) 6980
ENMT 365 Individuals, Society, and                                        (51867) 6980
         Environmental Sustainability (3)                                                                              HRMN 302 Organizational Communication (3)
                                                           GVPT 407 State Terrorism (3)                                              (50801) 6980
              (52541) 6980                                                (51869) 6980
ENMT 390 Environmental Health Risk                                                                                     HRMN 365 Conflict Management in
                                                           GVPT 408 Counterterrorism (3)                                        Organizations (3)
         Assessment (3)                                                   (51870) 6980
              (52542) 6980                                                                                                           (51145) 6980
                                                           GVPT 457 American Foreign Relations (3)                     HRMN 367 Organizational Culture (3)
ENMT 405 Pollution Prevention Strategies (3)                              (51873) 6980
              (52544) 6980                                                                                                           (50804) 6980
                                                           HIST     115 World History I (3)                            HRMN 395 The Total Rewards Approach to
EXCL    301 Learning Analysis and Planning (3)                            (51876) 6980
              (52436) 6980                                                                                                      Compensation Management (3)
                                                           HIST     116 World History II (3)                                         (51172) 6980
FINC    330 Business Finance (3)                                          (51886) 6980
              (52122) 6980                                                                                             HRMN 406 Employee Training and
                                                           HIST     142 Western Civilization II (3)                             Development (3)
FINC    410 Managing Early-Stage Business and                             (51891) 6980                                               (50807) 6980
            Entrepreneurial Ventures (3)
              (52128) 6980                                 HIST     157 History of the United States Since             HRMN 408 Employment Law for Business (3)
                                                                        1865 (3)                                                     (50809) 6980
FINC    430 Financial Management (3)                                      (51898) 6980
              (52130) 6980                                                                                             HUMN 100 Introduction to Humanities (3)
                                                           HIST     289 Historical Methods (3)                                       (52159) 6980
FINC    441 Financial Derivatives and Portfolio                           (51906) 6980
            Risk Management (3)                                                                                        HUMN 351 Myth in the World (3)
              (52131) 6980                                 HIST     336 Europe in the 19th Century: 1815 to                          (52161) 6980
                                                                        1919 (3)                                       HUMN 495 Humanities Seminar (3)
FINC    460 International Finance (3)                                     (51909) 6980
              (52132) 6980                                                                                                           (52257) 6980
                                                           HIST     364 Emergence of Modern America:                   IFSM    201 Concepts and Applications of
FINC    495 Contemporary Issues in Finance                              1900 to 1945 (3)
            Practice (3)                                                                                                           Information Technology (3)
                                                                          (51911) 6980                                               (52357) 6980
              (52133) 6980
                                                           HIST     376 Women and the Family in America to             IFSM    300 Information Systems in
FSCN 304 Personnel Management for Fire and                              1870 (3)
         Emergency Services (3)                                                                                                    Organizations (3)
                                                                          (51913) 6980                                               (52375) 6980
              (52154) 6980
                                                           HIST     392 History of the Contemporary Middle             IFSM    301 Foundations of Enterprise and
FSCN 412 Political and Legal Foundations of                             East (3)
         Fire Protection (3)                                                                                                       Information Systems (3)
                                                                          (51915) 6980                                               (52384) 6980
              (52156) 6980
                                                           HIST     461 African American History: 1865 to the          IFSM    304 Ethics in Information Technology (3)
GEOG 100 Introduction to Geography (3)                                  Present (3)
              (52153) 6980                                                                                                           (52388) 6980
                                                                          (51917) 6980




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  40       U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
IFSM    311 Enterprise Architecture and                    MATH 241 Calculus III (4)                                   PSYC 436 Introduction to Clinical
            Systems (3)                                                   (52013) 6980                                          Psychology (3)
              (52395) 6980                                                                                                           (50910) 6980
                                                           MRKT 310 Marketing Principles (3)
IFSM    433 Information Security Planning and                             (52561) 6980                                 PSYC 495 Senior Seminar in Psychology (3)
            Needs Assessment (3)                                                                                                     (52000) 6980
                                                           MRKT 354 Integrated Marketing
              (52397) 6980
                                                                    Communications (3)                                 SOCY 100 Introduction to Sociology (3)
IFSM    438 Information Systems Project                                   (52569) 6980                                               (50913) 6980
            Management (3)                                 MRKT 457 E-Marketing (3)                                    SOCY 252 Sociology of the Holocaust (3)
              (52399) 6980                                                (52573) 6980                                               (52975) 6980
IFSM    495 Trends and Practical Applications in           MRKT 495 Strategic Marketing Management (3)                 SOCY 313 The Individual and Society (3)
            Information Systems Management (3)                            (52574) 6980                                               (52719) 6980
              (52402) 6980
                                                           MUSC 210 Music as Cultural Expression (3)                   SOCY 424 Race and Ethnic Relations (3)
JAPN 111 Elementary Japanese I (3)                                        (51948) 6980                                               (51132) 6980
              (51931) 6980
                                                           NSCI     100 Introduction to Physical Science (3)           SOCY 432 Social Movements (3)
JAPN 112 Elementary Japanese II (3)                                       (50879) 6980                                               (51386) 6980
              (51932) 6980
                                                           NSCI     101 Physical Science Laboratory (1)                SPAN 111 Elementary Spanish I (3)
JOUR 201 Introduction to News Writing (3)                                 (50881) 6980                                               (51934) 6980
              (52028) 6980
                                                           NSCI     170 Concepts of Meteorology (3)                    SPAN 112 Elementary Spanish II (3)
JOUR 330 Public Relations Theory (3)                                      (50882) 6980                                               (51936) 6980
              (52034) 6980
                                                           NSCI     171 Laboratory in Meteorology (1)                  SPAN 211 Intermediate Spanish I (3)
LGST    200 Techniques of Legal Research (3)                              (50883) 6980                                               (51937) 6980
              (52547) 6980
                                                           NSCI     301 Laboratory Organization and                    SPCH 100 Foundations of Oral
LGST    300 Advanced Legal Research and                                 Management (3)                                          Communication (3)
            Analysis (3)                                                  (51845) 6980                                               (51974) 6980
              (52549) 6980
                                                           NSCI     398I Astrobiology (3)                              SPCH 125 Introduction to Interpersonal
LGST    301 Advanced Legal Writing (3)                                    (51846) 6980                                          Communication (3)
              (52550) 6980                                                                                                           (52005) 6980
                                                           PHIL     110 Practical Reasoning (3)
LGST    312 Torts (3)                                                     (52196) 6980                                 SPCH 200 Advanced Public Speaking (3)
              (52552) 6980                                                                                                           (52015) 6980
                                                           PHIL     127 Living Religions of the World (3)
LGST    322 Evidence (3)                                                  (52256) 6980                                 SPCH 426 Conflict Management (3)
              (52554) 6980                                                                                                           (52020) 6980
                                                           PHIL     140 Contemporary Moral Issues (3)
LGST    327 Alternative Dispute Resolution (3)                            (52225) 6980                                 STAT    200 Introduction to Statistics (3)
              (52555) 6980                                                                                                           (50923) 6980
                                                           PHIL     348 Religions of the East (3)
LGST    335 Elder Law (3)                                                 (52229) 6980                                 STAT    225 Introduction to Statistical Methods
              (52557) 6980
                                                           PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology (3)                                 for the Behavioral Sciences (3)
LGST    415 Intellectual Property (3)                                     (50892) 6980                                               (51023) 6980
              (52558) 6980
                                                           PSYC 300 Research Methods in Psychology (3)                 STAT    230 Introductory Business Statistics (3)
LGST    460 Law Office Management (3)                                     (50900) 6980                                               (50958) 6980
              (52560) 6980
                                                           PSYC 334 Psychology of Interpersonal                        THET    110 Introduction to the Theatre (3)
MATH 009 Introductory Algebra (3)                                                                                                    (52163) 6980
                                                                    Relationships (3)
              (50948) 6980                                                (51959) 6980                                 WMST 200 Introduction to Women’s Studies:
MATH 012 Intermediate Algebra (3)                          PSYC 338 Psychology of Gender (3)                                    Women and Society (3)
              (50954) 6980                                                (51215) 6980                                               (50974) 6980
MATH 106 Finite Mathematics (3)                            PSYC 341 Memory and Cognition (3)                           WRTG 101 Introduction to Writing (3)
              (51250) 6980                                                (50905) 6980                                               (52168) 6980
MATH 107 College Algebra (3)                               PSYC 352 Child and Adolescent Psychology (3)                WRTG 291 Research Writing (3)
              (50866) 6980                                                (51961) 6980                                               (52180) 6980
MATH 108 Trigonometry and Analytical                       PSYC 353 Abnormal Psychology (3)                            WRTG 293 Introduction to Professional
         Geometry (3)                                                     (51136) 6980                                          Writing (3)
              (52003) 6980                                                                                                           (52184) 6980
                                                           PSYC 354 Cross-Cultural Psychology (3)
MATH 140 Calculus I (4)                                                   (50907) 6980                                 WRTG 387 Issues in Tutoring Writing (3)
              (52006) 6980                                                                                                           (52255) 6980
                                                           PSYC 386 Psychology of Stress (3)
MATH 220 Elementary Calculus I (3)                                        (50908) 6980                                 WRTG 391 Advanced Research Writing (3)
              (52011) 6980                                                                                                           (52186) 6980



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WRTG 393 Advanced Technical Writing (3)                    ANTH 351 Anthropology in Forensic                           BMGT 339 Introduction to Federal
              (52231) 6980                                          Investigations (3)                                          Contracting (3)
                                                                          (52305) 7380                                               (52021) 7380
WRTG 394 Advanced Business Writing (3)
              (52258) 6980                                 ARTH 204 Film and American Culture                          BMGT 364 Management and Organization
WRTG 490 Writing for Managers (3)                                   Studies (3)                                                 Theory (3)
              (52267) 6980                                                (51939) 7380                                               (52040) 7380

WRTG 494 Grant and Proposal Writing (3)                    ARTH 372 History of Western Art I (3)                       BMGT 365 Organizational Leadership (3)
              (52198) 6980                                                (51940) 7380                                               (52925) 7380
                                                           ARTH 375 History of Graphic Art (3)                         BMGT 372 Supply Chain Management (3)
                                                                          (51942) 7380                                               (52024) 7380
Online Session 3
(June 25–August 19)                                        ARTT 110 Drawing and Design (3)                             BMGT 380 Business Law I (3)
                                                                          (51944) 7380                                               (52029) 7380

AASP 201 Introduction to African American                  ARTT 205 Art Appreciation (3)                               BMGT 392 Global Business (3)
         Studies (3)                                                      (51946) 7380                                               (52035) 7380
              (52450) 7380                                 ASTD 485 Great Issues in Asian Studies (3)                  BMGT 464 Organizational Behavior (3)
ACCT 220 Principles of Accounting I (3)                                   (51924) 7380                                               (52045) 7380
              (51880) 7380                                 ASTR 100 Introduction to Astronomy (3)                      BMGT 465 Organizational Development and
ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting II (3)                                  (52440) 7380                                          Transformation (3)
              (51885) 7380                                                                                                           (52047) 7380
                                                           BEHS 210 Introduction to Social Sciences (3)
ACCT 310 Intermediate Accounting I (3)                                    (52202) 7380                                 BMGT 466 Global Business and the Public
              (51892) 7380                                 BEHS 300 Research Methods in the Social                              Sector (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52048) 7380
ACCT 311 Intermediate Accounting II (3)                             Sciences (3)
              (51896) 7380                                                (52204) 7380                                 BMGT 485 Leadership for the 21st Century (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52050) 7380
ACCT 321 Cost Accounting (3)                               BEHS 343 Parenting Today (3)
              (51902) 7380                                                (52207) 7380                                 BMGT 487 Project Management I (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52051) 7380
ACCT 323 Federal Income Tax I (3)                          BEHS 364 Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
              (51904) 7380                                                (52209) 7380                                 BMGT 495 Strategic Management (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52053) 7380
ACCT 326 Accounting Information Systems (3)                BEHS 453 Domestic Violence (3)
              (51963) 7380                                                (52211) 7380                                 BMGT 496 Business Ethics (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52077) 7380
ACCT 328 Accounting Software (3)                           BIOL     101 Concepts of Biology (3)
              (51965) 7380                                                (52405) 7380                                 CCJS 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52080) 7380
ACCT 411 Ethics and Professionalism in                     BIOL     102 Laboratory in Biology (1)
         Accounting (3)                                                   (52409) 7380                                 CCJS 101 Introduction to Investigative
              (51969) 7380                                 BIOL     103 Introduction to Biology (4)                             Forensics (3)
                                                                          (52414) 7380                                               (52084) 7380
ACCT 422 Auditing Theory and Practice (3)
              (51973) 7380                                 BIOL     160 Human Biology (3)                              CCJS 105 Introduction to Criminology (3)
                                                                          (52418) 7380                                               (52086) 7380
ACCT 425 International Accounting (3)
              (51977) 7380                                 BIOL     220 Human Genetics (3)                             CCJS 234 Criminal Procedure and Evidence (3)
                                                                          (52421) 7380                                               (52088) 7380
ACCT 428 Advanced Accounting Information
         Systems (3)                                       BIOL     301 Human Health and Disease (3)                   CCJS 301 Criminalistics I: The Comparative
              (51979) 7380                                                (52424) 7380                                          Disciplines (4)
                                                                                                                                     (52090) 7380
ACCT 436 Internal Auditing (3)                             BIOL     304 The Biology of Cancer (3)
              (51981) 7380                                                (52427) 7380                                 CCJS 302 Criminalistics II: The Scientific
                                                                                                                                Disciplines (4)
ACCT 452 Federal Auditing (3)                              BIOL     357 Bioinformatics (3)                                           (52092) 7380
              (51984) 7380                                                (52431) 7380
                                                                                                                       CCJS 341 Criminal Investigation (3)
ACCT 495 Contemporary Issues in Accounting                 BMGT 110 Introduction to Business and                                     (52094) 7380
         Practice (3)                                               Management (3)
              (52453) 7380                                                (51993) 7380                                 CCJS 342 Crime Scene Investigation (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52095) 7380
ANTH 102 Introduction Cultural                             BMGT 305 Knowledge Management (3)
         Anthropology (3)                                                 (52002) 7380                                 CCJS 350 Juvenile Delinquency (3)
              (52301) 7380                                                                                                           (52097) 7380
                                                           BMGT 317 Decision Making (3)
ANTH 344 Culture and Language (3)                                         (52018) 7380                                 CCJS 390 Cyber Crime and Security (3)
              (52302) 7380                                                                                                           (52100) 7380
                                                                                                                       CCJS 412 The Intelligence Cycle (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52102) 7380


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CCJS 414 Intelligence Analysis (3)                         CMIT 364 Windows Desktop Operating                          CSIA    301 Foundations of Cybersecurity (3)
              (52487) 7380                                          Systems (3)                                                      (52347) 7380
                                                                          (52333) 7380
CCJS 421 Computer Forensics (3)                                                                                        CSIA    302 Telecommunications in Information
              (52104) 7380                                 CMIT 368 Windows Server Administration (3)                              Systems (3)
                                                                          (52335) 7380                                               (52349) 7380
CCJS 434 Correctional Reentry and
         Transition (3)                                    CMIT 376 Windows Network Infrastructure (3)                 CSIA    303 Foundations of Information System
              (52105) 7380                                                (52336) 7380                                             Security (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52351) 7380
CCJS 461 Psychology of Criminal Behavior (3)               CMIT 377 Windows Directory Services
              (52106) 7380                                          Infrastructure (3)                                 CSIA    412 Security Policy Analysis (3)
                                                                          (52337) 7380                                               (52922) 7380
CCJS 491 Institutional Security (3)
              (52484) 7380                                 CMIT 391 Linux System Administration (3)                    CSIA    457 Cyberterrorism and Cyber Crime (3)
                                                                          (52340) 7380                                               (52354) 7380
CCJS 492 Criminal Justice Research (3)
              (52108) 7380                                 CMIT 425 Advanced Information System                        CSIA    485 Practical Applications in
CCJS 497 Correctional Administration (3)                            Security (3)                                                   Cybersecurity Management (3)
              (52110) 7380                                                (52341) 7380                                               (52356) 7380

CHEM 297 Environmental Chemistry (3)                       CMIT 471 Windows Server Enterprise                          ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
              (52488) 7380                                          Administration (3)                                               (52115) 7380
                                                                          (52343) 7380
CHIN    111 Elementary Chinese I (3)                                                                                   ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
              (51925) 7380                                 CMSC 150 Introduction to Discrete                                         (52119) 7380
                                                                    Structures (3)                                     ECON 306 Intermediate Microeconomic
CHIN    114 Elementary Chinese III (3)                                    (52442) 7380
              (52909) 7380                                                                                                      Theory (3)
                                                           CMSC 350 Data Structures and Analysis (3)                                 (52520) 7380
CMIS 102 Introduction to Problem Solving and                              (52446) 7380
         Algorithm Design (3)                                                                                          EDCP 100 Principles and Strategies of
              (52275) 7380                                 CMSC 405 Computer Graphics (3)                                       Successful Learning (3)
                                                                          (52447) 7380                                               (52528) 7380
CMIS 111 Social Networking and
         Cybersecurity Best Practices (3)                  CMST 290 Introduction to Interactive Design (3)             EDCP 103 Fundamentals of Writing and
              (52280) 7380                                                (52307) 7380                                          Grammar (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52166) 7380
CMIS 141 Introductory Programming (3)                      CMST 303 Advanced Application Software (3)
              (52284) 7380                                                (52309) 7380                                 EMGT 302 Concepts of Emergency
                                                           CMST 311 Advanced Electronic Publishing (3)                          Management (3)
CMIS 310 Computer Systems and                                                                                                        (52138) 7380
                                                                          (52311) 7380
         Architecture (3)
              (52291) 7380                                 CMST 342 Principles of Multimedia II (3)                    EMGT 306 Political and Policy Issues in
                                                                          (52314) 7380                                          Emergency Management (3)
CMIS 320 Relational Database Concepts and                                                                                            (52140) 7380
         Applications (3)                                  CMST 385 Principles of Web Design and
              (52293) 7380                                          Technology I (3)                                   EMGT 314 Terrorism Issues in Emergency
                                                                          (52315) 7380                                          Management (3)
CMIS 330 Software Engineering Principles and                                                                                         (52142) 7380
         Techniques (3)                                    CMST 425 Advanced Image Editing (3)
              (52422) 7380                                                (52317) 7380                                 ENGL 241 Introduction to the Novel (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52038) 7380
CMIS 430 Enterprise Database Administration                CMST 458 Multimedia Programming and
         Using Oracle (3)                                           Design (3)                                         ENGL 294 Introduction to Creative Writing:
              (52428) 7380                                                (52319) 7380                                          Fiction and Creative Nonfiction (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52058) 7380
CMIS 465 Software Verification and                         COMM 300 Communication Theory (3)
         Validation (3)                                                   (51952) 7380                                 ENGL 303 Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
              (52441) 7380                                                                                                           (52059) 7380
                                                           COMM 302 Mass Communication and Media
CMIT 202 Fundamentals of Computer                                   Studies (3)                                        ENGL 312 Romantic to Modern British
         Troubleshooting (3)                                              (51955) 7380                                          Literature (3)
              (52322) 7380                                                                                                           (52063) 7380
                                                           COMM 380 Language in Social Contexts (3)
CMIT 265 Fundamentals of Networking (3)                                   (51956) 7380                                 ENGL 354 American Women Writers Since
              (52325) 7380                                                                                                      1900 (3)
                                                           COMM 493 Strategies for Visual                                            (52065) 7380
CMIT 320 Network Security (3)                                       Communication (3)
              (52328) 7380                                                (51966) 7380                                 ENGL 381 Special Topics in Creative Writing (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52067) 7380
CMIT 350 Interconnecting Cisco Devices (3)                 COMM 495 Senior Seminar in Communication
              (52331) 7380                                          Studies (3)                                        ENGL 418 Major British Writers Before 1800 (3)
                                                                          (51971) 7380                                               (52071) 7380




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COURSES OFFERED ONLINE
ENGL 441 Postmodern American Literature:                   GVPT 200 International Political Relations (3)              HMLS 495 Public Safety Policies and
         1945 to 1999 (3)                                                 (52579) 7380                                          Leadership (3)
              (52073) 7380                                                                                                           (52152) 7380
                                                           GVPT 406 Global Terrorism (3)
ENGL 457 The Modern Novel (3)                                             (51868) 7380                                 HRMN 300 Human Resource Management (3)
              (52074) 7380                                                                                                           (51333) 7380
                                                           GVPT 408 Counterterrorism (3)
ENGL 485 Seminar in Creative Writing:                                     (51871) 7380                                 HRMN 302 Organizational Communication (3)
         Poetry (3)                                                                                                                  (52707) 7380
                                                           GVPT 444 American Political Theory (3)
              (52158) 7380                                                (51872) 7380                                 HRMN 362 Labor Relations (3)
ENMT 307 An Introduction to Geographical                                                                                             (51238) 7380
                                                           GVPT 495 Advanced Seminar in Political
         Information Systems (3)                                    Science (3)                                        HRMN 400 Human Resource Management:
              (52535) 7380                                                (51874) 7380                                          Issues and Problems (3)
ENMT 321 Environmental Health (3)                                                                                                    (50806) 7380
                                                           HIST     107 Classical Foundations (3)
              (52537) 7380                                                (51875) 7380                                 HRMN 406 Employee Training and
ENMT 322 Occupational Health and Safety (3)                HIST     115 World History I (3)                                     Development (3)
              (52538) 7380                                                (52698) 7380                                               (51146) 7380
ENMT 360 Introduction to Urban Watersheds (3)              HIST     141 Western Civilization I (3)                     HRMN 495 Contemporary Issues in Human
              (52540) 7380                                                (51888) 7380                                          Resource Management Practice (3)
                                                                                                                                     (52712) 7380
ENMT 495 Global Environmental Management                   HIST     142 Western Civilization II (3)
         Issues (3)                                                       (51893) 7380                                 HUMN 100 Introduction to Humanities (3)
              (52545) 7380                                                                                                           (52160) 7380
                                                           HIST     156 History of the United States to
EXCL    301 Learning Analysis and Planning (3)                          1865 (3)                                       HUMN 351 Myth in the World (3)
              (52437) 7380                                                (51895) 7380                                               (52162) 7380
FINC    321 Fundamentals of Building Wealth (3)            HIST     157 History of the United States Since             IFSM    201 Concepts and Applications of
              (52121) 7380                                                                                                         Information Technology (3)
                                                                        1865 (3)
                                                                          (52699) 7380                                               (52366) 7380
FINC    330 Business Finance (3)
              (52124) 7380                                                                                             IFSM    300 Information Systems in
                                                           HIST     202 Principles of War (3)
FINC    340 Investments (3)                                               (51905) 7380                                             Organizations (3)
              (52126) 7380                                                                                                           (52379) 7380
                                                           HIST     309 Historical Writing (3)
FINC    351 Risk Management (3)                                           (51907) 7380                                 IFSM    301 Foundations of Enterprise and
              (52127) 7380                                                                                                         Information Systems (3)
                                                           HIST     316L The American West (3)                                       (52386) 7380
FINC    421 Financial Analysis (3)                                        (51908) 7380
              (52129) 7380                                                                                             IFSM    304 Ethics in Information Technology (3)
                                                           HIST     337 Europe’s Bloodiest Century (3)                               (52391) 7380
FSCN 305 Fire Prevention Organization and                                 (51910) 7380
         Management (3)                                                                                                IFSM    310 Software and Hardware
                                                           HIST     365 Recent America: 1945 to the                                Infrastructure Concepts (3)
              (52155) 7380
                                                                        Present (3)                                                  (52394) 7380
FSCN 416 Emergency Services Training and                                  (51912) 7380
         Education (3)                                                                                                 IFSM    311 Enterprise Architecture and
                                                           HIST     377 United States Women’s History:                             Systems (3)
              (52157) 7380
                                                                        1870 to 2000 (3)                                             (52396) 7380
GERM 111 Elementary German I (3)                                          (51914) 7380
              (51927) 7380                                                                                             IFSM    433 Information Security Planning and
                                                           HIST     396I Cultural Heritage Protection: Iraq (3)                    Needs Assessment (3)
GERM 211 Intermediate German (3)                                          (51916) 7380                                               (52398) 7380
              (51929) 7380
                                                           HIST     462 The U.S. Civil War (3)                         IFSM    438 Information Systems Project
GERO 100 Introduction to Gerontology (3)                                  (51918) 7380
                                                                                                                                   Management (3)
              (52212) 7380                                                                                                           (52400) 7380
                                                           HIST     463 U.S. Military History Since 1865 (3)
GERO 301 Service/Program Management (3)                                   (51919) 7380
                                                                                                                       IFSM    461 Systems Analysis and Design (3)
              (52294) 7380                                                                                                           (52401) 7380
                                                           HIST     465 World War II (3)
GERO 311 Gender and Aging (3)                                             (51920) 7380
                                                                                                                       JAPN 114 Elementary Japanese III (3)
              (52296) 7380                                                                                                           (51933) 7380
                                                           HMLS 302 Introduction to Homeland Security (3)
GERO 342 Long-Term-Care Administration (3)                                (52145) 7380
                                                                                                                       JOUR 201 Introduction to News Writing (3)
              (52298) 7380                                                                                                           (52030) 7380
                                                           HMLS 304 Strategic Planning in Homeland
GVPT 100 Introduction to Political Science (3)                      Security (3)                                       JOUR 202 Editing for Mass Communication (3)
              (52575) 7380                                                (52702) 7380                                               (52032) 7380
GVPT 170 American Government (3)                           HMLS 406 Legal and Political Issues of                      JOUR 331 Public Relations Techniques (3)
              (52578) 7380                                          Homeland Security (3)                                            (52036) 7380
                                                                          (52149) 7380


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JOUR 371 Introduction to Feature Writing (3)               PHIL     315 Ethical Issues in American                     STAT    200 Introduction to Statistics (3)
              (52037) 7380                                              Business (3)                                                 (51267) 7380
                                                                          (52228) 7380
LGST    101 Introduction to Law (3)                                                                                    STAT    225 Introduction to Statistical Methods
              (52546) 7380                                 PHIL     349 Religions of the West (3)                                  for the Behavioral Sciences (3)
                                                                          (52230) 7380                                               (51024) 7380
LGST    204 Legal Ethics (3)
              (52548) 7380                                 PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology (3)                     STAT    230 Introductory Business Statistics (3)
                                                                          (50894) 7380                                               (51256) 7380
LGST    301 Advanced Legal Writing (3)
              (52551) 7380                                 PSYC 300 Research Methods in Psychology (3)                 WRTG 101 Introduction to Writing (3)
                                                                          (51402) 7380                                               (52174) 7380
LGST    320 Criminal Law and Procedures (3)
              (52553) 7380                                 PSYC 301 Biological Basis of Behavior (3)                   WRTG 291 Research Writing (3)
                                                                          (50898) 7380                                               (52182) 7380
LGST    330 Administrative Law (3)
              (52556) 7380                                 PSYC 310 Sensation and Perception (3)                       WRTG 293 Introduction to Professional
                                                                          (50902) 7380                                          Writing (3)
LGST    442 Business Organizations (3)
              (52559) 7380                                                                                                           (52185) 7380
                                                           PSYC 321 Social Psychology (3)
                                                                          (50896) 7380                                 WRTG 391 Advanced Research Writing (3)
MATH 009 Introductory Algebra (3)
              (50988) 7380                                                                                                           (52191) 7380
                                                           PSYC 332 Psychology of Human Sexuality (3)
                                                                          (50904) 7380                                 WRTG 393 Advanced Technical Writing (3)
MATH 012 Intermediate Algebra (3)
              (51263) 7380                                                                                                           (52251) 7380
                                                           PSYC 335 Theories of Personality (3)
                                                                          (50909) 7380                                 WRTG 394 Advanced Business Writing (3)
MATH 106 Finite Mathematics (3)
              (51346) 7380                                                                                                           (52262) 7380
                                                           PSYC 341 Memory and Cognition (3)
                                                                          (51342) 7380                                 WRTG 490 Writing for Managers (3)
MATH 107 College Algebra (3)
              (50955) 7380                                                                                                           (52269) 7380
                                                           PSYC 351 Lifespan Development (3)
                                                                          (51369) 7380
MATH 115 Pre-Calculus (3)
              (52004) 7380                                 PSYC 353 Abnormal Psychology (3)                            Four-Week Session 1
MATH 140 Calculus I (4)                                                   (51370) 7380                                 (May 14–June 10)
              (52007) 7380                                 PSYC 357 Adulthood and Aging (3)
                                                                          (51133) 7380                                 ANTH 398S Peoples and Cultures: South Asia (1)
MATH 141 Calculus II (4)
                                                                                                                                     (52455) 6380
              (52009) 7380                                 PSYC 370 Foundations of Forensics
                                                                    Psychology (3)                                     BIOL    398L Bacteria, Fungi, and Fermentation (1)
MRKT 310 Marketing Principles (3)
                                                                          (51383) 7380                                               (52470) 6380
              (52564) 7380
                                                           PSYC 432 Introduction to Counseling                         BMGT 324 Starting a Small Business (1)
MRKT 314 Nonprofit Marketing (3)
                                                                    Psychology (3)                                                   (52473) 6380
              (52568) 7380
                                                                          (51218) 7380                                 CAPL 398A Career Planning Management (1)
MRKT 412 Marketing Research (3)
                                                           SOCY 100 Introduction to Sociology (3)                                    (52634) 6380
              (52570) 7380
                                                                          (52135) 7380                                 GERO 497K Strategic Planning for Retirement (1)
MRKT 475 Selling and Sales Management (3)
                                                           SOCY 300 American Society (3)                                             (52640) 6380
              (52572) 7380
                                                                          (52137) 7380                                 HIST    317N African Americans in the Civil
MUSC 210 Music as Cultural Expression (3)
              (51949) 7380                                 SPAN 111 Elementary Spanish I (3)                                        War (1)
                                                                          (51935) 7380                                               (52623) 6380
NSCI    100 Introduction to Physical Science (3)
              (51261) 7380                                 SPAN 212 Intermediate Spanish II (3)                        HIST    318D Battle for Berlin (1)
                                                                          (51938) 7380                                               (52626) 6380
NSCI    101 Physical Science Laboratory (1)
              (51299) 7380                                 SPCH 100 Foundations of Oral                                HIST    318N Decision to Drop the Atom Bomb (1)
                                                                    Communication (3)                                                (52630) 6380
NSCI    103 Fundamentals of Physical                                      (51992) 7380                                 LGST    398F Civil Litigation Filings in Federal
            Science (4)
              (51224) 7380                                 SPCH 125 Introduction to Interpersonal                                   Court (1)
                                                                    Communication (3)                                                (52618) 6380
NSCI    362 Environmental Change and                                      (52012) 7380                                 LIBS    150 Introduction to Research (1)
            Sustainability (3)
                                                           SPCH 324 Communication and Gender (3)                                     (52580) 6370
              (50942) 7380
                                                                          (52017) 7380                                 PSYC 306F Psychology of Happiness (1)
PHIL    100 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
                                                           SPCH 470 Effective Listening (3)                                          (52641) 6380
              (52197) 7380
                                                                          (52022) 7380                                 PSYC 308K Introduction to Black Psychology (1)
PHIL    140 Contemporary Moral Issues (3)
                                                           SPCH 482 Intercultural Communication (3)                                  (52642) 6380
              (52226) 7380
                                                                          (52026) 7380




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Four-Week Session 2                                        HIST     317Q African Americans in the Korean and
                                                                         Vietnam Wars (1)
(June 11–July 8)                                                          (52624) 7380
                                                           HIST     318F The Gulf War in Perspective:
BIOL    398J The Role of Nutrition in Cancer (1)
              (52969) 6980                                               1990–1991 (1)
                                                                          (52628) 7380
BIOL    398P Pesticides and the Environment (1)
              (52471) 6980                                 HIST     318G D-Day and Normandy Campaign of
                                                                         1944 (1)
BMGT 398F Conflict Management in                                          (52629) 7380
          Organizations (1)
              (52475) 6980                                 HIST     319X Jews Under the Nazis (1)
                                                                          (52632) 7380
CAPL 398A Career Planning Management (1)
              (52635) 6980                                 HRMN 392 Stress Management in the
                                                                    Workplace (1)
GVPT 399B Engaging the Legislative Process                                (52614) 7380
          and Lobbying Techniques (3)
              (52621) 6980                                 LGST     314 Workers’ Compensation Law (1)
                                                                          (52615) 7380
HIST    318A From Pearl Harbor to Midway (1)
              (52625) 6980                                 LGST     345 Landlord Tenant Law (1)
                                                                          (52616) 7380
HIST    318E Second World War in the
                                                           LGST     398Q Discovery Fundamentals (1)
             Mediterranean (1)
                                                                          (52619) 7380
              (52627) 6980
                                                           LIBS     150 Introduction to Research (1)
HIST    319H Civil Rights: Martin Luther King Jr. (1)
                                                                          (52603) 7370
              (52631) 6980
                                                           PSYC 309L Traumatic Stress Disorder (1)
HIST    319Y Nuremberg War Trials (1)
                                                                          (52644) 7380
              (52633) 6980
                                                           PSYC 309S Introduction to the Psychology of
LGST    398D Drug and Alcohol Cases in
                                                                     Parenting (1)
             Maryland (1)
                                                                          (52646) 7380
              (52617) 6980
LIBS    150 Introduction to Research (1)
              (52591) 6970
PSYC 309B Deployment Psychology: The
          Individual and Family (1)
              (52643) 6980
PSYC 309M Military Psychology (1)
              (52645) 6980


Four-Week Session 3
(July 9–August 5)

BIOL    398A Human Evolution and Ecology (1)
              (52469) 7380
BMGT 325 The Small-Business Plan (1)
              (52474) 7380
BMGT 398J Motivation and Performance in
          Organizations (1)
              (52476) 7380
CAPL 398A Career Planning Management (1)
              (52637) 7380
ENMT 398A Industrial Ecology (1)
              (52543) 7380
GVPT 377L U.N. Peacekeeping (1)
              (52620) 7380
HIST    316I History of the Holy Land (1)
              (52622) 7380




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COURSES BY LOCATION

        If you live or work in the Maryland area, you can find UMUC courses at a site near you.
        Services are also available at many sites across the United States.



                                                               provided on how to find the site and what
                                                               services are available there.                       Classes will be offered at the
 Key to Course Listing
                                                                                                                   following sites during summer 2012:
         Catalog                           Number              Military Sites
                                                                                                                   Aberdeen Proving Ground
 Subject Number       Course Title         of Units
                                                               UMUC classes held at military sites are             Anacostia-Bolling (Joint Base Anacostia-
                                                               open to all UMUC students. However,                 Bolling)
 BMGT 496 Business Ethics (3)                                  civilian students must complete a civilian
                   (60238) 4021       Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                       Andrews (Joint Base Andrews Naval Air
                                                               waiver and may need to follow other                 Facility Washington)
                                                               security regulations for site access. See
                    Class            Day(s)                                                                        Arundel Mills (AACC)
                                                               below for details.
                   Number
                            Section               Time                                                             Bethesda (Walter Reed National Military
                            Number                             CIVILIAN WAIVER                                     Medical Center)
                                                               Because of heightened security, civilian            College Park (UMCP Campus)
                                                               students taking UMUC courses or accessing
                                                                                                                   Dorsey Station
Course Delivery Formats                                        student services on military bases may be
                                                               required to complete a waiver in accordance         Eastern Shore Higher Education Center
UMUC provides a number of learning                             with the Family Educational Rights and              Fort Belvoir
options that are designed to offer you the                     Privacy Act (FERPA) permitting UMUC
                                                                                                                   Fort Detrick
greatest flexibility in planning your academic                 to provide personally identifiable informa-
schedule. Classroom-based instruction is                       tion (i.e., Social Security number, address,        Fort Meade
offered at convenient times and at a number                    and telephone number) to the military               Hagerstown
of locations. Hybrid classes that combine                      administration.
                                                                                                                   HEAT Center
online study with on-site class meetings are
                                                               You may find the FERPA waiver form
available at most locations. These classes meet                                                                    Largo
                                                               online at www.umuc.edu/waiver.
about half as often as regular on-site classes,                                                                    Laurel College Center
usually once a week. Students in these classes                 SECURITY REGULATIONS
should access their class online as soon as                                                                        Myer-Henderson Hall (Joint Base Myer-
                                                               Many military installations require a vehicle       Henderson Hall)
the session begins, regardless of when the
                                                               entry pass if you do not have a military ID
first class meeting is held. Interactive video                                                                     Patuxent River Naval Air Station
                                                               or DoD vehicle decal. Call the individual
network (IVN) classes allow students at                                                                            Prince George’s Community College
                                                               site to determine if you need a vehicle entry
different locations to attend the same class
                                                               pass for admission to the site.                     Shady Grove
session via live television broadcast. Online
classes use the latest technological advances                                                                      Southern Maryland Higher Education Center
to enable you to complete course require-                      Virginia Sites                                      Waldorf Center for Higher Education
ments without classroom attendance. On-
                                                               UMUC is certified by the State Council for
line courses offered for summer 2012 are
                                                               Higher Education to operate in Virginia.
listed on p. 34.
                                                               Classes are available at Fort Belvoir and        Classroom Assignments
                                                               Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall. Student          Classroom assignments are available via
Locations                                                      services are also available in Virginia on       MyUMUC (https://my.umuc.edu) just
In the following pages, course listings are                    military bases and other locations as needed.    before the session starts.
provided by location. Within each loca-
tion, courses are listed by format (hybrid or
intensive) and session. Information is also


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ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND ANACOSTIA-BOLLING                                                             Holidays
                                                                                                      On the following dates, no classes will be
                                                   (Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling)
Information/Directions                                                                                held at this site:
Take I-95 to Exit 85 (Route 22 East).                                                                 May 28
                                                   Information/Directions
Route 22 leads to the post gate. UMUC’s                                                               July 4
office at Aberdeen Proving Ground is located       To attend classes at or access services at Joint
in Building 4305, room 210. Call 410-272-          Base Anacostia-Bolling, take the Baltimore–
                                                   Washington Parkway (Route 295) to Exit 1           Services Available
8269 to verify office hours or request more
detailed information. For information on           and follow the signs to the base. The UMUC         Advising and some library services are avail-
security regulations, see p. 47.                   office at Anacostia-Bolling is located in the      able at Anacostia-Bolling. For information
                                                   Education Center, Building 11. Call 202-           on these and other services (computing,
                                                   563-3611 to verify office hours or to request      textbooks, proctoring), see pp. 4–5.
Online Hybrid Classes                              more detailed information. For information
Hybrid classes have the same technical             on security regulations, see p. 47.
requirements as online classes but meet on-
site as well as online. More information is        Online Hybrid Classes
provided on p. 47.                                                                                    ANDREWS
                                                   Hybrid classes have the same technical
                                                   requirements as online classes but meet on-        (Joint Base Andrews Naval Air
SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
                                                   site as well as online. More information is        Facility Washington)
IFSM 304    Ethics in Information Technology (3)
            (51731) 7015 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                   provided on p. 47.
                                                                                                      Information/Directions
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                      SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
                                                                                                      Take the Beltway (I-495) to Exit 9 (Andrews
BMGT 496    Business Ethics (3)                    ANTH 344     Culture and Language (3)
                                                                                                      A.F.B.), then follow signs to the main gate.
            (52199) 7055 Tu   6–9 p.m.                          (51739) 4225 Th   6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                      From the main gate, turn left onto Perim-
                                                   HRMN 365     Conflict Management in
                                                                                                      eter Road and then take the second right
                                                                Organizations (3)
Holidays                                                        (51740) 4215 Tu   6–9 p.m.            onto Brookley Avenue. Go to the third
                                                   IFSM 300     Information Systems in
                                                                                                      stop sign (a dead end) and turn left onto
On the following dates, no classes will be
                                                                Organizations (3)                     Arkansas Road. The UMUC office is located
held at this site:                                                                                    in the Joseph F. Carroll Building (Build-
                                                                (51741) 4215 Tu   6–9 p.m.
May 28                                             PSYC 334     Psychology of Interpersonal           ing 1413). Call 301-981-3123/7244 to
July 4                                                          Relationships (3)                     verify office hours or request more detailed
                                                                (51761) 4210 M    6–9 p.m.            information. For information on security
                                                   WRTG 391     Advanced Research Writing (3)         regulations, see p. 47.
Services Available                                              (51763) 4210 M    6–9 p.m.

Advising, computing, placement testing,            SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                      Online Hybrid Classes
and some library services are available at         BMGT 364     Management and Organization           Hybrid classes have the same technical
Aberdeen Proving Ground. Services are also                      Theory (3)                            requirements as online classes but meet
available nearby at the HEAT Center. Call                       (51776) 4260 W    6–9 p.m.            on-site as well as online. More information
410-272-8269 for an appointment.                   BMGT 496     Business Ethics (3)                   is provided on p. 47.
                                                                (51780) 4250 M    6–9 p.m.
                                                   COMM 300     Communication Theory (3)              SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
                                                                (51783) 4255 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                      BIOL   302   Bacteria, Viruses, and Health (3)
                                                   GVPT 408     Counterterrorism (3)                               (51505) 4110 M    6–9 p.m.
                                                                (51786) 4255 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                      BMGT 380     Business Law I (3)
                                                   HIST   365   Recent America: 1945 to the                        (51506) 4110 M    6–9 p.m.
                                                                Present (3)                           CCJS 352     Drugs and Crime (3)
                                                                (51787) 4250 M    6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                   (51656) 4115 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                      CMIT 320     Network Security (3)
                                                                                                                   (51671) 4110 M    6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                      HIST   461   African American History: 1865 to
                                                                                                                   the Present (3)
                                                                                                                   (51673) 4115 Tu   6–9 p.m.




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HRMN 300     Human Resource Management (3)
             (51675) 4115 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                 ARUNDEL MILLS                                          Parking
SOCY 462     Women in the Military (3)           (Anne Arundel Community College)                       Parking is available adjacent to the facility
             (51681) 4135 W    6–9 p.m.                                                                 and at Arundel Mills Mall. A parking pass is
                                                 Information/Directions                                 required for parking at the facility and may
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                                                                           be obtained from the security desk at the
                                                 From I-95, exit at Route 100E. Then take
BEHS 364     Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)                                                                entrance to the center. (Passes are valid for
                                                 Exit 10A, Arundel Mills Boulevard. From
             (51690) 4160 W    6–9 p.m.                                                                 the session.) Bus transportation is available
                                                 the Baltimore–Washington Parkway (Route
BMGT 495     Strategic Management (3)                                                                   to and from Arundel Mills Mall.
             (51691) 4155 Tu   6–9 p.m.          295), exit at Arundel Mills Boulevard.
                                                 AACC at Arundel Mills is on the grounds of
CCJS 341     Criminal Investigation (3)
             (51695) 4150 M    6–9 p.m.          Arundel Mills Mall, just across the parking
                                                 lot from the Muvico theatres. The UMUC
CSIA   302   Telecommunications in Information
             Systems (3)                         office is located in room 111A. Call 410-              BETHESDA
             (51697) 4165 Th   6–9 p.m.          777-1882 for more information.
FINC   330   Business Finance (3)
                                                                                                        (Walter Reed National Military
             (51698) 4150 M    6–9 p.m.          Online Hybrid Classes                                  Medical Center)
IFSM 311     Enterprise Architecture and         Hybrid classes have the same technical
             Systems (3)                         requirements as online classes but meet                Information/Directions
             (51706) 4155 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                 on-site as well as online. More information            Take the Capital Beltway (I-495) to Exit
WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)      is provided on p. 47.                                  34 south (Route 355, Wisconsin Avenue)
             (51730) 4155 M    6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                        toward Bethesda and Washington, D.C. Use
                                                 SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)                              the main hospital entrance across from the
FOUR-WEEK SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JUNE 10)
                                                 BMGT 391     Supervision (3)                           Medical Center Metro Stop on Wisconsin
LIBS   150   Introduction to Research (1)
             (51677) 4120 W    6–9 p.m.
                                                              (51734) 7720 W       6–9 p.m.             Avenue. Call 301-654-1377 for detailed
                                                 HMLS 304     Strategic Planning in Homeland            information. For information on security
                                                              Security (3)                              regulations, see p. 47.
Intensive Format Class                                        (51735) 7710 M       6–9 p.m.
                                                 MRKT 310     Marketing Principles (3)
FOUR-WEEK SESSION 2 (JUNE 16–JULY 7)
                                                              (51736) 7725 Th      6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                        Weekday Evening Classes
HIST   317N African Americans in the                                                                    SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
            Civil War (1)                        SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
             (51702) 4175 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon                                                           BMGT 364     Management and Organization
                                                 CSIA   412   Security Policy Analysis (3)
                                                                                                                     Theory (3)
                                                              (51737) 7765 Th      6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                                     (51796) 3672 Tu,Th 6–9 p.m.
Holidays                                         IFSM 438     Information Systems Project               HMLS 406     Legal and Political Issues of
                                                              Management (3)                                         Homeland Security (3)
On the following dates, no classes will be                    (51738) 7750 M       6–9 p.m.                          (52200) 3671 M,W 6–9 p.m.
held at this site:
                                                 FOUR-WEEK SESSION 2 (JUNE 11–JULY 8)
                                                                                                        SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
May 28                                           BMGT 325     The Small-Business Plan (1)
July 4                                                        (51733) 7775 Sa       9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
                                                                                                        BMGT 365     Organizational Leadership (3)
                                                              Class meets on-site June 16 and 30.                    (51798) 3682 Tu,Th 6–9 p.m.

Services Available                                                                                      Holidays
                                                 Holidays
Advising, computing, placement testing, and
some library services are available at Joint     On the following dates, no classes will be             On the following dates, no classes will be
Base Andrews. For information on these           held at this site:                                     held at this site:
and other services (textbooks, proctoring),      May 28                                                 May 28
see pp. 4–5.                                     July 4                                                 July 4

                                                 Services Available                                     Services Available
                                                 Advising and computer labs are available               For general information on services and
                                                 at Arundel Mills. Call 410-777-1882 for                facilities (advising, computing, library serv-
                                                 information on student services and office             ices, proctoring, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.
                                                 hours. For more information on these and
                                                 other services (library services, textbooks,
                                                 proctoring), see pp. 4–5.


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COURSES BY LOCATION
BOLLING                                         BIOL   101   Concepts of Biology (3)
                                                             (50135) 4015 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                                                                    ENGL 294     Introduction to Creative Writing:
                                                                                                                 Fiction and Creative Nonfiction (3)
See Anacostia-Bolling.                                       (52235) 4035 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon                    (50233) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
                                                BIOL   102   Laboratory in Biology (1)              FINC   321   Fundamentals of Building Wealth (3)
                                                             (50136) 4015 Tu   9:10–10 p.m.                      (52245) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
                                                             (52237) 4035 Sa   12:10–1 p.m.         FINC   330   Business Finance (3)
                                                BIOL   103   Introduction to Biology (4)                         (50237) 4010 M        7–10 p.m.
COLLEGE PARK                                                 (50139) 4035 Sa   9 a.m.–1 p.m.        GEOG 100     Introduction to Geography (3)
                                                             (52239) 4036 Sa   1–5 p.m.                          (50114) 4020 Tu       7–10 p.m.
Information/Directions                          BMGT 110     Introduction to Business and           GVPT 101     Introduction to Political Theory (3)
                                                             Management (3)                                      (50158) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
From I-95, take Exit 25B (U.S. Route 1                       (50142) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
South). Continue on Route 1 until you                                                               GVPT 170     American Government (3)
                                                BMGT 364     Management and Organization                         (50159) 4025 Th       7–10 p.m.
see University of Maryland, College Park                     Theory (3)
                                                             (50144) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.            HIST   107   Classical Foundations (3)
(UMCP), on your right. Call 800-888-
                                                                                                                 (50161) 4025 Th       7–10 p.m.
UMUC for more detailed information.             BMGT 380     Business Law I (3)
                                                             (50146) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.            HIST   115   World History I (3)
                                                                                                                 (50163) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
                                                BMGT 392     Global Business (3)
Online Hybrid Classes                                        (50148) 4025 Th   7–10 p.m.            HIST   156   History of the United States
Hybrid classes have the same technical                                                                           to 1865 (3)
                                                BMGT 495     Strategic Management (3)                            (50164) 4010 M        7–10 p.m.
requirements as online classes but meet on-                  (50150) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
site as well as online. More information is                                                         HRMN 300     Human Resource Management (3)
                                                BMGT 496     Business Ethics (3)                                 (50166) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
provided on p. 47.                                           (50264) 4015 Th   7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                    HRMN 302     Organizational Communication (3)
                                                CCJS 100     Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)                (50168) 4015 Tu       7–10 p.m.
SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)                                    (50154) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                    HUMN 100     Introduction to Humanities (3)
ACCT 220    Principles of Accounting I (3)      CCJS 101     Introduction to Investigative                       (50171) 4010 M        7–10 p.m.
            (50102) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.                     Forensics (3)
            (50103) 4025 Th    7–10 p.m.                     (50156) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.            IFSM 201     Concepts and Applications of
                                                                                                                 Information Technology (3)
ACCT 221    Principles of Accounting II (3)     CCJS 230     Criminal Law in Action (3)                          (50173) 4010 M        7–10 p.m.
            (50107) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.                     (50192) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.                         (50174) 4025 Th       7–10 p.m.
            (50109) 4015 Tu    7–10 p.m.        CMIS 102     Introduction to Problem Solving and                 (50175) 4035 Sa       9 a.m.–12 noon
ACCT 310    Intermediate Accounting I (3)                    Algorithm Design (3)                   IFSM 300     Information Systems in
            (50111) 4015 Tu    7–10 p.m.                     (50210) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.                         Organizations (3)
ACCT 311    Intermediate Accounting II (3)      CMIS 242     Intermediate Programming (3)                        (50179) 4010 M        7–10 p.m.
            (50115) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.                     (50215) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.            IFSM 304     Ethics in Information Technology (3)
ACCT 321    Cost Accounting (3)                 CMSC 150     Introduction to Discrete                            (50181) 4015 Tu       7–10 p.m.
            (50119) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.                     Structures (3)                         LGST 101     Introduction to Law (3)
                                                             (50219) 4020 W    7–10 p.m.
ACCT 323    Federal Income Tax I (3)                                                                             (50182) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
            (50120) 4035 Sa    9 a.m.–12 noon   COMM 300     Communication Theory (3)               MATH 009     Introductory Algebra (3)
                                                             (50217) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.
ACCT 328    Accounting Software (3)                                                                              (50186) 4015 Tu       7–10 p.m.
            (50122) 4025 Th    7–10 p.m.        CSIA   301   Foundations of Cybersecurity (3)                    (50187) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
                                                             (52243) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.                         (50185) 4035 Sa       9 a.m.–12 noon
ACCT 422    Auditing Theory and Practice (3)                 (50221) 4025 Th   7–10 p.m.
            (50123) 4025 Th    7–10 p.m.                                                            MATH 012     Intermediate Algebra (3)
                                                ECON 201     Principles of Macroeconomics (3)                    (50190) 4010 M        7–10 p.m.
ACCT 425    International Accounting (3)                     (50224) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.                         (50191) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
            (50125) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.
                                                ECON 203     Principles of Microeconomics (3)       MATH 106     Finite Mathematics (3)
ARAB 112    Elementary Arabic II (3)                         (50227) 4025 Th   7–10 p.m.                         (50197) 4020 W        7–10 p.m.
            (50127) 4035 Sa    9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                EDCP 100     Principles and Strategies of           MATH 107     College Algebra (3)
ARTH 204    Film and American Culture                        Successful Learning (3)                             (50203) 4015 Tu       7–10 p.m.
            Studies (3)                                      (50228) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.                         (50202) 4035 Sa       9 a.m.–12 noon
            (50129) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.
                                                             (50230) 4015 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                    MATH 140     Calculus I (4)
ARTT 110    Drawing and Design (3)              EDCP 103     Fundamentals of Writing and                         (50205) 4025 Th       7–10 p.m.
            (50130) 4025 Th    7–10 p.m.                     Grammar (3)
                                                                                                    MRKT 310     Marketing Principles (3)
ARTT 220    Color Theory (3)                                 (50231) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                 (50207) 4015 Tu       7–10 p.m.
            (50131) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.        ENGL 246     The Short Story (3)
                                                                                                    NSCI 100     Introduction to Physical Science (3)
ASTR 100    Introduction to Astronomy (3)                    (50234) 4010 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                 (50244) 4010 M        6–9 p.m.
            (50133) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                 (50245) 4020 W        6–9 p.m.




 50       U N D ER G R A D UAT E S C H ED U L E O F C L A S S ES | S U M M E R 2 012
NSCI 101     Physical Science Laboratory (1)        ACCT 495     Contemporary Issues in Accounting       ECON 201     Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
             (52250) 4010 M     9:10–10 p.m.                     Practice (3)                                         (50225) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
             (52249) 4020 W     9:10–10 p.m.                     (50126) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                         ECON 203     Principles of Microeconomics (3)
NSCI 103     Fundamentals of Physical               ARAB 111     Elementary Arabic I (3)                              (50226) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
             Science (4)                                         (50128) 4075 Sa    9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                                                                         EDCP 100     Principles and Strategies of
             (50247) 4035 Sa    9 a.m.–1 p.m.       ARTT 320     Painting (3)                                         Successful Learning (3)
PHIL   100   Introduction to Philosophy (3)                      (50132) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.                         (50229) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
             (50249) 4015 Tu    7–10 p.m.           BEHS 343     Parenting Today (3)                     EDCP 103     Fundamentals of Writing and
PHIL   140   Contemporary Moral Issues (3)                       (50134) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.                         Grammar (3)
             (50250) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.                                                                             (50232) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                                                    BIOL   101   Concepts of Biology (3)
PSYC 100     Introduction to Psychology (3)                      (50137) 4050 M     6–9 p.m.             ENGL 303     Critical Approaches to Literature (3)
             (50253) 4025 Th    7–10 p.m.                        (52236) 4076 Sa    1–4 p.m.                          (50235) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
SOCY 100     Introduction to Sociology (3)          BIOL   102   Laboratory in Biology (1)               EXCL 301     Learning Analysis and Planning (3)
             (50256) 4015 M     7–10 p.m.                        (50138) 4050 M     9:10–10 p.m.                      (50236) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
SPAN 111     Elementary Spanish I (3)               BIOL   103   Introduction to Biology (4)             FINC   330   Business Finance (3)
             (50259) 4015 Tu    7–10 p.m.                        (50140) 4075 Sa    9 a.m.–1 p.m.                     (50238) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
SPCH 100     Foundations of Oral                    BIOL   160   Human Biology (3)                       FINC   440   Security Analysis and Valuation (3)
             Communication (3)                                   (52240) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.                         (50241) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
             (50261) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.                                                                GVPT 100     Introduction to Political Science (3)
                                                    BIOL   304   The Biology of Cancer (3)
STAT 200     Introduction to Statistics (3)                      (52241) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.                         (50118) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
             (50266) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.                                                                GVPT 170     American Government (3)
                                                    BMGT 110     Introduction to Business and
             (50267) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.                        Management (3)                                       (50160) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.
STAT 230     Introductory Business Statistics (3)                (50143) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.            HIST   142   Western Civilization II (3)
             (50270) 4015 Tu    7–10 p.m.           BMGT 364     Management and Organization                          (52246) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.
             (50271) 4025 Th    7–10 p.m.                        Theory (3)                              HIST   157   History of the United States Since
WRTG 101     Introduction to Writing (3)                         (50145) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.                         1865 (3)
             (50275) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.           BMGT 380     Business Law I (3)                                   (50165) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
             (50276) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.                        (50147) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.            HRMN 300     Human Resource Management (3)
WRTG 291     Research Writing (3)                   BMGT 392     Global Business (3)                                  (50167) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.
             (50279) 4015 Tu    7–10 p.m.                        (50149) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.            HRMN 408     Employment Law for Business (3)
WRTG 391     Advanced Research Writing (3)          BMGT 495     Strategic Management (3)                             (50170) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
             (50281) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.                        (50151) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.            IFSM 201     Concepts and Applications of
WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)         BMGT 496     Business Ethics (3)                                  Information Technology (3)
             (50283) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.                        (50265) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.                         (50176) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)          CCJS 100     Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)                 (50177) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
             (50287) 4010 M     7–10 p.m.                                                                             (50178) 4075 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                                 (50155) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.
                                                    CCJS 105     Introduction to Criminology (3)         IFSM 300     Information Systems in
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                                                                                         Organizations (3)
                                                                 (50157) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.
AASP 201     Introduction to African American                                                                         (50180) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                                                    CCJS 234     Criminal Procedure and Evidence (3)
             Studies (3)                                                                                 IFSM 301     Foundations of Enterprise and
                                                                 (50194) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.
             (50101) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.                                                                             Information Systems (3)
                                                    CHEM 121     Chemistry in the Modern World (3)                    (52247) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
ACCT 220     Principles of Accounting I (3)
                                                                 (50199) 4076 Sa    1–4 p.m.
             (50104) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.                                                                LGST 200     Techniques of Legal Research (3)
             (50105) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.           CMIS 102     Introduction to Problem Solving and                  (50183) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
             (50106) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.                        Algorithm Design (3)
                                                                 (50211) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                         LGST 201     Legal Writing (3)
ACCT 221     Principles of Accounting II (3)                                                                          (50184) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
             (50108) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.           CMIS 141     Introductory Programming (3)
                                                                 (50214) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                         MATH 009     Introductory Algebra (3)
             (50110) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                      (50188) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
ACCT 310     Intermediate Accounting I (3)          COMM 302     Mass Communication and Media                         (50189) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.
             (50112) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.                        Studies (3)
                                                                 (52242) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                         MATH 012     Intermediate Algebra (3)
ACCT 311     Intermediate Accounting II (3)                                                                           (50196) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
             (50117) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.           CSIA   301   Foundations of Cybersecurity (3)                     (50193) 4065 Th     7–10 p.m.
                                                                 (50222) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.                         (50195) 4075 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon
ACCT 326     Accounting Information Systems (3)                  (52244) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.
             (50121) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.                                                                MATH 106     Finite Mathematics (3)
                                                    CSIA   303   Foundations of Information System                    (50198) 4055 Tu     7–10 p.m.
ACCT 424     Advanced Accounting (3)                             Security (3)
             (50124) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.
                                                                 (50223) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.            MATH 107     College Algebra (3)
                                                                                                                      (50200) 4050 M      7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                      (50201) 4060 W      7–10 p.m.



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COURSES BY LOCATION
MATH 115     Pre-Calculus (3)                       FOUR-WEEK SESSION 3 (JULY 9–AUGUST 5)
             (50204) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.
                                                    BMGT 324    Starting a Small Business (1)
MATH 141     Calculus II (4)                                    (50242) 4085 Sa   9–10:40 a.m.         UMCP Campus
             (50206) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.           CAPL 398A Career Planning Management (1)           and UMUC Facilities
MRKT 310     Marketing Principles (3)                           (50243) 4085 Sa   9–10:40 a.m.
                                                                                                       (See campus map on the following page.)
             (50208) 4020 W     7–10 p.m.
NSCI 100     Introduction to Physical Science (3)
             (52248) 4055 Tu    6–9 p.m.
                                                    Holidays                                           ANS   Animal Sciences Bldg.               H5

NSCI 101     Physical Science Laboratory (1)        On the following dates, no classes will be         ARC   Architecture Bldg.                  E1
             (50246) 4055 Tu    9:10–10 p.m.        held at this site:                                 ASY   Art–Sociology Bldg.                 F1
NSCI 362     Environmental Change and                                                                  BPS   Biology/Psychology Bldg.
             Sustainability (3)                     May 28
                                                    July 4                                                   (formerly Zoology/Psychology)       G4
             (50248) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.
PHIL   110   Practical Reasoning (3)                                                                   CHE   Chemical Engineering Bldg.          G5
             (50252) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.           Services Available Nearby                          CHM   Chemistry Bldg.                     F5
PHIL   140   Contemporary Moral Issues (3)          Services are no longer available at Adelphi.       COL   Cole Student Activities Bldg.       H2
             (50251) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.
                                                    Career services, financial aid, and the bur-       CSS   Computer and Space
PSYC 100     Introduction to Psychology (3)         sar’s office (student accounts) are available at
             (50254) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.                                                                    Sciences Bldg.                      H4
                                                    Largo. For information on these and other
PSYC 321     Social Psychology (3)                                                                     EDU   Benjamin Education Bldg.            G2
                                                    services (textbooks, proctoring), see pp. 4–5.
             (50255) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                       EGR   Engineering Classroom Bldg.         E5
SOCY 100     Introduction to Sociology (3)
             (50257) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.           Parking                                            GEO   Geology Bldg.                       F4

SOCY 313     The Individual and Society (3)         If you are taking a UMUC course that               HBK   Hornbake Library                    F4
             (50258) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.           meets at College Park weekdays after               HJP   H. J. Patterson Hall                F3
SPAN 111     Elementary Spanish I (3)               4 p.m. or anytime on the weekend, you
                                                                                                       HZF   Holzapfel Hall                      E3
             (50260) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.           need not register for a UMCP parking
SPCH 100     Foundations of Oral                    permit. During those times, you may park           ITV   Instructional Television Facility   F5
             Communication (3)                      in any unrestricted lot, including Lots 1,         JMP   J. M. Patterson Bldg.               G5
             (50262) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.           2, 4, 11, and 16. Be sure to pay attention
             (50263) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.                                                              JMZ   Jimenez Foreign Language Hall       F3
                                                    to signs at the entrance to all parking lots
SPCH 200     Advanced Public Speaking (3)           for possible restrictions. Some campus             JRN   Journalism Bldg.                    E2
             (52254) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.
                                                    events may make parking difficult, so allow        KEY   Francis Scott Key Hall              D3
STAT 200     Introduction to Statistics (3)         enough time to find a space in a permissible
             (50268) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.                                                              LEF   LeFrak Hall                         C2
                                                    location. The schedule of events at UMCP
STAT 225     Introduction to Statistical Methods    can be found online at http://cgi.umd.edu/         MCB   Microbiology Bldg.                  F3
             for the Behavioral Sciences (3)
             (50269) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.
                                                    calendar/today.                                    MCK   McKeldin Library                    E2

STAT 230     Introductory Business Statistics (3)   If you are taking a UMUC course that meets         MMH Marie Mount Hall                      C3
             (50272) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.           weekdays at College Park before 4 p.m.,            MTH   Mathematics Bldg.                   E5
THET 110     Introduction to the Theatre (3)        you may acquire a free parking permit for
                                                                                                       PHY   Physics Bldg.                       F5
             (50273) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.           Lot 4 only by presenting a photocopy of
WRTG 101     Introduction to Writing (3)            your itemized UMUC bill to the Depart-             PLS   Plant Sciences Bldg.                F5
             (50278) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.           ment of Campus Parking at UMCP. Meters             SHM   Shoemaker Bldg.                     C3
             (50277) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.           are in effect 7 a.m.–10 p.m., Monday–
                                                                                                       SHR   Shriver Laboratory                  F4
WRTG 291     Research Writing (3)                   Friday. For more information, call 301-
             (50280) 4050 M     7–10 p.m.           314-PARK.                                          SKN   Skinner Bldg.                       C3
WRTG 391     Advanced Research Writing (3)                                                             SQH   Susquehanna Hall                    B2
             (50282) 4055 Tu    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                       SSU   Stamp Student Union                 G3
WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)
             (50284) 4065 Th    7–10 p.m.                                                              SYM   Symons Hall                         E4
WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)                                                             TLF   Taliaferro Hall                     D3
             (50288) 4060 W     7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                       TWS   Tawes Fine Arts Bldg.               F1
FOUR-WEEK SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JUNE 10)
                                                                                                       TYD   Tydings Hall                        D2
HRMN 392     Stress Management in the
             Workplace (1)                                                                             WDS   Woods Hall                          D3
             (50169) 4075 Sa    9–10:40 a.m.



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             Metered Parking                            Disabled Parking

     P       Visitor Parking                            Motorcycle Parking                                                                                                                          West
6                                                                                                                                           XX5                                     South
                       Public Emergency Response Telephone
                                                                                               XX1
                 Meters in operation 7 a.m.– 10 p.m., Monday–Friday,                                                                                                                                North
                      excluding university-observed holidays.                                         XX1       XX1                                                                     East


                                                                                                         UMUC Classroom Location                         Recommended Parking Location
                                                                                                                                                         As parking is subject to change at any time,
                                                                                                                                                         always check the signs.
     Unrestricted After 4 p.m.

               Parking Lot
                 (Lot #)                         The following parking areas are limited between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays to vehicles displaying current
                                                 valid permits for the respective lot and are open to all vehicles, no permit required, at all other times: AA, AA2,
     Valid Lot # Permit Required
                                                 B, C CC, DD, F (Row 1), FF, FF2, I*, JJ2, KK (see note), KK1, K1–3, K5, K*1–4, L, N2, N5, P, P*, PP*, PP2, Q (see
    7 a.m.–4 p.m., Monday–Friday                 note), RR, Z, Z1, 1, 2g, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11b, 11c, 11h, XX1–XX4, XX5, U5, UMUC (see note), O4, and O5.
    You are welcome to park without              Note: Lot UMUC permit required 7 a.m.–4 p.m. No permit required other times.
        a permit before and after
             posted hours.




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COURSES BY LOCATION
DORSEY STATION                                      HMLS 408     Infrastructure in Homeland
                                                                 Security (3)
                                                                                                           SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)

                                                                 (51837) 7660 W     6:30–9:30 p.m.         CCJS 341    Criminal Investigation (3)
                                                                                                                       (52952) 3550 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
Information/Directions                              HRMN 400     Human Resource Management:
                                                                 Issues and Problems (3)
From I-95 (points north or south), take
Route 100 East. Merge onto U.S. Route
                                                                 (51838) 7650 M     6:30–9:30 p.m.         Holidays
                                                    IFSM 310     Software and Hardware
1 South/Washington Boulevard via Exit                            Infrastructure Concepts (3)               On the following dates, no classes will be
6A toward Laurel. Turn left onto Route                           (51839) 7660 W     6:30–9:30 p.m.         held at this site:
103/ Dorsey Road. Make another left onto            SOCY 300     American Society (3)                      May 28
Douglas Legum Drive. Turn right at the                           (51840) 7650 M     6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                           July 4
stop sign; end at 6865 Deerpath Road.               WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)
Parking is available at the MARC train                           (51841) 7660 W     6:30–9:30 p.m.
station parking area.                                                                                      Services Available
                                                    FOUR-WEEK SESSION 3 (JULY 9–AUGUST 5)
                                                                                                           Advising is available at the Eastern Shore
The UMUC office is located in room 2101.
                                                    HIST   319H Civil Rights: Martin Luther King Jr. (1)   Higher Education Center. Call 410-827-
Call 443-459-3500 for more information.                          (51805) 7685 Sa    9–10 a.m.              5761 for information on student services
                                                                                                           and office hours. For more information on
Online Hybrid Classes                               Holidays                                               these and other services (library services,
Hybrid classes have the same technical                                                                     textbooks, proctoring), see pp. 4–5.
                                                    On the following dates, no classes will be
requirements as online classes but meet
                                                    held at this site:
on-site as well as online. More information
is provided on p. 47.                               May 28
                                                    July 4                                                 FORT BELVOIR
SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
ACCT 411     Ethics and Professionalism in          Services Available
             Accounting (3)                                                                                Information/Directions
             (51820) 7610 M     6:30–9:30 p.m.      A computer lab is available at Dorsey                  Take I-95 to the Fairfax County Parkway
BIOL   307   The Biology of Aging (3)               Station; call 443-459-3500 for hours.                  (exit 166A) and continue south toward Fort
             (51821) 7625 Th    6:30–9:30 p.m.      For information on this and other services
                                                                                                           Belvoir. From the parkway, turn left onto
CCJS 342     Crime Scene Investigation (3)          (advising, library services, textbooks, proc-
                                                                                                           Route 1/Richmond Highway. Take the next
             (51822) 7625 Th    6:30–9:30 p.m.      toring), see pp. 4–5.
                                                                                                           right onto Backlick Road. Check in at the
CMIT 321     Ethical Hacking (3)                                                                           Tulley Gate and then proceed for two miles,
             (51823) 7625 Th    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                           then turn right onto Belvoir Road. The
HIST   466   The Cold War (3)
                                                                                                           Barden Education Center in Building 1017
             (51824) 7615 Tu    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                    EASTERN SHORE HIGHER                                   will be on your left. For information on
IFSM 304     Ethics in Information Technology (3)
             (51825) 7620 W     6:30–9:30 p.m.      EDUCATION CENTER                                       security regulations, see p. 47.
PSYC 353     Abnormal Psychology (3)
             (51827) 7610 M     6:30–9:30 p.m.      Information/Directions
WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)
                                                                                                           Online Hybrid Classes
                                                    Take Route 50 to Wye Mills and turn south
             (51829) 7620 W     6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                    onto Route 213. The Chesapeake College                 Hybrid classes have the same technical
                                                    entrance is on the right.                              requirements as online classes but meet on-
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
                                                                                                           site as well as online. More information is
BEHS 343     Parenting Today (3)                                                                           provided on p. 47.
             (51831) 7665 Th    6:30–9:30 p.m.      Online Hybrid Classes
BIOL   320   Forensic Biology (3)                   Hybrid classes have the same technical                 SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
             (51832) 7650 M     6:30–9:30 p.m.      requirements as online classes but meet
                                                                                                           HIST   319L History of Drug Use in America (3)
BMGT 365     Organizational Leadership (3)          on-site as well as online. More information
                                                                                                                       (51793) 6825 Th   6–9 p.m.
             (51833) 7655 Tu    6:30–9:30 p.m.      is provided on p. 47.
                                                                                                           HMLS 302    Introduction to Homeland Security (3)
CCJS 352     Drugs and Crime (3)                                                                                       (51794) 6820 W    6–9 p.m.
             (51834) 7665 Th    6:30–9:30 p.m.      SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
CSIA   457   Cyberterrorism and Cyber Crime (3)     WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)            SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
             (51835) 7650 M     6:30–9:30 p.m.                   (51842) 3510 M     6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                           MRKT 310    Marketing Principles (3)
GVPT 409     Terrorism, Antiterrorism, and                                                                             (51795) 6860 W    6–9 p.m.
             Homeland Security (3)
             (51836) 7655 Tu    6:30–9:30 p.m.



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Holidays                                            Services Available                                   SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)

On the following dates, no classes will be          Advising is available at Fort Detrick on             BIOL   301   Human Health and Disease (3)
                                                    the third Thursday of every month; call                           (51815) 4555 Tu   6–9 p.m.
held at this site:
                                                    301-619-2854 for an appointment. For in-             BMGT 496     Business Ethics (3)
May 28                                              formation on this and other services (library                     (51816) 4560 W    6–9 p.m.
July 4                                              services, textbooks, proctoring), see pp. 4–5.       CSIA   454   Information System Security
                                                                                                                      Mechanism (3)
                                                                                                                      (51817) 4555 Tu   6–9 p.m.
Services Available                                                                                       HIST   381   America in Vietnam (3)
Advising is available at Fort Belvoir; call                                                                           (51818) 4560 W    6–9 p.m.
703-781-0059 to set up an appointment.              FORT MEADE                                           IFSM 432     Business Continuity Planning (3)
For more information on this and other                                                                                (51819) 4565 Th   6–9 p.m.
services (computing, library services, proc-                                                             PHIL   315   Ethical Issues in American
toring, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.
                                                    Information/Directions                                            Business (3)
                                                    To attend classes: Take the Baltimore/                            (51507) 4555 Tu   6–9 p.m.
                                                    Washington Parkway (Route 295) to                    WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)
                                                    Route 175 East. Follow Route 175 to                               (51508) 4565 Th   6–9 p.m..
                                                    Meade High School.
FORT DETRICK
                                                    For student services: The UMUC Fort Meade            Holidays
Information/Directions                              office is located on Zimborski Avenue in the         On the following dates, no classes will be
                                                    Education Services Building (Building 8601),         held at this site:
Take Route 15 to the Fort Detrick/Seventh
                                                    room 112. The entrance is at the back of the
Street exit and turn right on Seventh Street.                                                            May 28
                                                    building. Call 301-621-9882 or 410-551-
From the main (Seventh Street) gate, proceed                                                             July 4
                                                    0431 for more detailed information.
through security (civilians will need two
forms of ID). Classes are held in the Detrick       Please note: Fort Meade is currently a closed        Services Available
Center for Training and Education Excel-            post; for information on security regulations,
lence at 1520 Freedman Drive. For informa-          see p. 47. Meade High School is open to the          Advising is available at Fort Meade. For
tion on security regulations, see p. 47.            public and accessible via Route 175.                 information on this and other services
                                                                                                         (computing, library services, textbooks,
                                                                                                         proctoring), see pp. 4–5.
Online Hybrid Classes                               Online Hybrid Classes
Hybrid classes have the same technical              Hybrid classes have the same technical
requirements as online classes but meet on-         requirements as online classes but meet
site as well as online. More information is         on-site as well as online. More information
provided on p. 47.                                  is provided on p. 47.
                                                                                                         FORT MYER
                                                                                                         See Myer-Henderson Hall.
SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)                           SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
HIST   465   World War II (3)                       BEHS 364     Alcohol in U.S. Society (3)
             (51800) 7810 M     6–9 p.m.                         (51807) 4515 Tu    6–9 p.m.
IFSM 304     Ethics in Information Technology (3)   BMGT 364     Management and Organization
             (51801) 7810 M     6–9 p.m.                         Theory (3)
                                                                 (51808) 4525 Th    6–9 p.m.
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                       CCJS 421     Computer Forensics (3)
GVPT 407     State Terrorism (3)                                 (51809) 4515 Tu    6–9 p.m.
             (52966) 7850 M     6–9 p.m.            CSIA   413   Security Policy Implementation (3)
WRTG 391     Advanced Research Writing (3)                       (51810) 4525 Th    6–9 p.m.
             (51804) 7855 Tu    6–9 p.m.            GVPT 408     Counterterrorism (3)
                                                                 (51811) 4515 Tu    6–9 p.m.

Holidays                                            HMLS 302     Introduction to Homeland Security (3)
                                                                 (51812) 4525 Th    6–9 p.m.
On the following dates, no classes will be          IFSM 301     Foundations of Enterprise and
held at this site:                                               Information Systems (3)
                                                                 (51813) 4515 Tu    6–9 p.m.
May 28                                              WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)
July 4                                                           (51814) 4525 Th    6–9 p.m.



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COURSES BY LOCATION
HAGERSTOWN                                        Services Available                               LARGO
                                                  Advising and computer services are available
Information/Directions                            at the USM at Hagerstown center; call 240-       Information/Directions
From I-70, take Exit 32B to Route 40 West.        527-2711 for information about scheduling        From the Capital Beltway (I-495), take
Turn left onto Potomac Street. From I-81,         an appointment. For general information          Exit 17A toward Upper Marlboro. Proceed
take Exit 6 (Route 40 East) to West Wash-         about these and other services (library serv-    on Landover Road/Route 202 for about a
ington Street. Go through Public Square           ices, proctoring, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.       quarter of a mile. Turn right on McCormick
and turn left onto Locust Street. Then turn                                                        Drive. The UMUC Academic Center at
left onto West Franklin and left again onto                                                        Largo is located at 1616 McCormick Drive
Potomac Street. Park in the garage on the                                                          (on the right).
right or the lot on the left. The University      HEAT CENTER
System of Maryland (USM) at Hagerstown                                                             Online Hybrid Classes
is located at 32 West Washington Street.          (Higher Education and Applied
Call the USM at Hagerstown at 240-527-                                                             Hybrid classes have the same technical
                                                  Technology Center)                               requirements as online classes but meet on-
2711 for more detailed information.
                                                  Information/Directions                           site as well as online. More information is
                                                  From I-95, take Exit 85W toward Aberdeen.        provided on p. 47.
IVN/Online Hybrid Classes
                                                  The HEAT Center is located at 1201 Tech-
Hybrid classes have the same technical                                                             SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
                                                  nology Drive in Aberdeen. Call 443-360-
requirements as online classes but meet                                                            ACCT 328     Accounting Software (3)
                                                  9136 for more information.
on-site as well as online. On-site class meets                                                                  (51503) 6225 Th     7–10 p.m.
are delivered via live television broadcast                                                        BIOL   320   Forensic Biology (3)
(interactive video network) to allow stu-         Online Hybrid Classes                                         (51504) 6225 Th     7–10 p.m.
dents at different locations to attend the        Hybrid classes have the same technical           BMGT 364     Management and Organization
same class meeting. More information is           requirements as online classes but meet on-                   Theory (3)
                                                  site as well as online. More information is                   (51653) 6220 W      7–10 p.m.
provided on p. 47.
                                                  provided on p. 47.                               CCJS 350     Juvenile Delinquency (3)
SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)                                                                                       (51658) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.

                                                  SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)                        CMIS 310     Computer Systems and
ACCT 326     Accounting Information Systems (3)
                                                                                                                Architecture (3)
             (52918) 4615 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.     CSIA   303   Foundations of Information System                (51663) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.
CCJS 345     Introduction to Security                          Security (3)
                                                               (51844) 7220 W   6:30–9:30 p.m.     CMIT 320     Network Security (3)
             Management (3)
                                                                                                                (51670) 6215 Tu     7–10 p.m.
             (51498) 4625 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.     MRKT 310     Marketing Principles (3)
                                                               (51486) 7210 M   7–10 p.m.          CMIT 377     Windows Directory Services
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                                                                                   Infrastructure (3)
                                                                                                                (51672) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.
BMGT 496     Business Ethics (3)                  SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
             (51499) 4650 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                      CMIT 424     Advanced Digital Forensics (3)
                                                  IFSM 300     Information Systems in                           (51674) 6220 Tu     7–10 p.m.
HIST   365   Recent America: 1945 to the                       Organizations (3)
             Present (3)                                       (51492) 7250 M   7–10 p.m.          CSIA   302   Telecommunications in Information
             (51500) 4660 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                                   Systems (3)
                                                                                                                (51680) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.
                                                  Holidays                                         CSIA   303   Foundations of Information System
Holidays                                                                                                        Security (3)
                                                  On the following dates, no classes will be                    (51682) 6235 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon
On the following dates, no classes will be        held at this site:
held at this site:                                                                                 CSIA   412   Security Policy Analysis (3)
                                                  May 28                                                        (51683) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.
May 28                                            July 4                                           FINC   340   Investments (3)
July 4                                                                                                          (51689) 6235 Sa     9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                                                                   GRCO 354     Digital Media (3)
                                                  Services Available                                            (51693) 6210 M      7–10 p.m.
                                                  Advising is available at the HEAT Center.        HIST   365   Recent America: 1945 to the
                                                  Call 443-360-9136 for further information                     Present (3)
                                                  on student services and office hours. For                     (51700) 6215 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                                                  general information about services (library      HRMN 367     Organizational Culture (3)
                                                                                                                (51701) 6215 Tu     7–10 p.m.
                                                  services, proctoring, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.



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IFSM 304     Ethics in Information Technology (3)
             (51711) 6215 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                                                    Weekday Daytime Classes                            LAUREL COLLEGE CENTER
LGST 300     Advanced Legal Research and            FOUR-WEEK SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JUNE 10)
             Analysis (3)                           CMST 303    Advanced Application Software (3)      Information/Directions
             (51720) 6220 W    7–10 p.m.                        (51501) 6271 M–F 8:40 a.m.–6 p.m.      From I-95, take Exit 33A for Route 198
PSYC 353     Abnormal Psychology (3)                            Class meets June 4–8.
                                                                                                       East/Laurel. Proceed to Fourth Street and
             (51727) 6225 Th   7–10 p.m.
                                                    FOUR-WEEK SESSION 3 (JULY 9–AUGUST 5)              turn right. Go to the stop sign and turn
SOCY 443     The Family and Society (3)                                                                left onto Marshall Avenue. Laurel College
             (51742) 6235 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                    CMST 310    Fundamentals of Electronic
                                                                Publishing (3)                         Center is located in the 10-story office
SPCH 324     Communication and Gender (3)                       (51502) 6281 M–F 8:40 a.m.–6 p.m.
             (51743) 6220 W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                       building on the right. Call 410-772-4162
                                                                Class meets July 23–27.
                                                                                                       for more detailed information.
WRTG 391     Advanced Research Writing (3)
             (51744) 6210 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                    Holidays                                           Online Hybrid Classes
WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)
             (51745) 6225 Th   7–10 p.m.            On the following dates, no classes will be         Hybrid classes have the same technical
WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)          held at this site:                                 requirements as online classes but meet on-
             (51746) 6235 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                    May 28                                             site as well as online. More information is
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                       July 4                                             provided on p. 47.
ACCT 422     Auditing Theory and Practice (3)
                                                                                                       SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
             (51747) 6275 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon       Services Available
BIOL   301   Human Health and Disease (3)                                                              CSIA   302   Telecommunications in Information
                                                    Advising, computing, financial aid, place-                      Systems (3)
             (51749) 6275 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon
                                                    ment testing, library services, and student                     (51788) 5420 W    7–10 p.m.
BMGT 317     Decision Making (3)                    accounts are available at the UMUC
             (51750) 6260 W    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                       HRMN 362     Labor Relations (3)
                                                    Academic Center at Largo. For general                           (51790) 5410 M    7–10 p.m.
BMGT 380     Business Law I (3)                     information about these and other services
             (51751) 6250 M    7–10 p.m.                                                               SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
                                                    (proctoring, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.
CCJS 341     Criminal Investigation (3)
                                                                                                       BMGT 380     Business Law I (3)
             (51752) 6250 M    7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                    (51791) 5450 M    7–10 p.m.
CMIS 320     Relational Database Concepts and
                                                                                                       NSCI 362     Environmental Change and
             Applications (3)
                                                                                                                    Sustainability (3)
             (51753) 6265 Th   7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                                    (51803) 5460 W    6–9 p.m.
CMIT 321     Ethical Hacking (3)
             (51754) 6255 Tu   7–10 p.m.
COMM 380     Language in Social Contexts (3)                                                           Holidays
             (51756) 6265 Th   7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                       On the following dates, no classes will be
GRCO 495     Graphic Communication Portfolio (3)                                                       held at this site:
             (51757) 6255 Tu   7–10 p.m.
HIST   460   African American History: 1500 to                                                         May 28
             1865 (3)                                                                                  July 4
             (51758) 6265 Th   7–10 p.m.
HRMN 302     Organizational Communication (3)
             (51759) 6255 Tu   7–10 p.m.
                                                                                                       Services Available
IFSM 300     Information Systems in                                                                    A computer lab is available at Laurel College
             Organizations (3)                                                                         Center; call 410-772-4162 for hours. For
             (51770) 6265 Th   7–10 p.m.                                                               general information about this and other
LGST 301     Advanced Legal Writing (3)                                                                services (advising, library services, proctor-
             (51773) 6260 W    7–10 p.m.                                                               ing, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.
WRTG 393     Advanced Technical Writing (3)
             (51777) 6255 Tu   7–10 p.m.
WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)
             (51782) 6260 W    7–10 p.m.




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COURSES BY LOCATION
MYER-HENDERSON HALL                             PATUXENT RIVER NAVAL                            PRINCE GEORGE’S
(Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall)                AIR STATION                                     COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Information/Directions                          Information/Directions                          Information/Directions
For classes and services, take I-395 south to   From Route 4 or Route 5, take Route 235         Take the Capital Beltway (I-495) to Upper
Exit 8A and follow signs to Fort Myer. The      South toward Patuxent River. Continue to        Marlboro. From the south, exit at Central
Fort Myer Education Center is in Building       Great Mills Road and turn left. The UMUC        Avenue (Route 214) and merge onto Route
417 at 239 Sheridan Avenue. Call 703-           office at Patuxent River is in Frank Knox       202. From the north, exit directly onto
696-3070 or 202-563-3611 for detailed           Building (Building 2189), 21866 Cedar           Route 202. Campus is located at 301 Largo
information.                                    Point Road, just outside Gate 2. Call 301-      Road (Route 202).
For services, you may also take Exit 8A         737-3228 for more detailed information.
from I-395 and then take S. Washington                                                          Online Hybrid Classes
Boulevard (VA -27) and follow signs for the     Online Hybrid Classes                           Hybrid classes have the same technical
Navy Annex. Proceed through the security        Hybrid classes have the same technical          requirements as online classes but meet on-
gate. The Henderson Hall Lifelong Learning      requirements as online classes but meet on-     site as well as online. More information is
Education Center, Building 29, will be on       site as well as online. More information is     provided on p. 47.
your left next to the parking garage. The       provided on p. 47.
UMUC office is in room 204. Call 703-                                                           SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
614-9104 to verify office hours or request      SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)                       BMGT 365    Organizational Leadership (3)
more detailed information.                                                                                  (51655) 6120 W    7–10 p.m.
                                                BIOL   301   Human Health and Disease (3)
                                                             (51652) 5835 Sa   9 a.m.–12 noon   CCJS 380    Ethical Behavior in Criminal
Weekday Evening Classes                         BMGT 365     Organizational Leadership (3)                  Justice (3)
                                                             (51650) 5810 M    6–9 p.m.                     (51657) 6110 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
                                                BMGT 391     Supervision (3)                    SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
HMLS 406     Legal and Political Issues of                   (51651) 5815 Tu   6–9 p.m.
             Homeland Security (3)                                                              HRMN 395    The Total Rewards Approach to
             (51509) 7110 M    6–9 p.m.         SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                               Compensation Management (3)
                                                                                                            (51659) 6160 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                   GVPT 409     Terrorism, Antiterrorism, and
                                                             Homeland Security (3)              WRTG 394    Advanced Business Writing (3)
BIOL   301   Human Health and Disease (3)                    (51654) 5850 M    6–9 p.m.                     (51660) 6150 M    6:30–9:30 p.m..
             (51649) 7150 M    6–9 p.m.

                                                Holidays                                        Holidays
Holidays
                                                On the following dates, no classes will be      On the following dates, no classes will be
On the following dates, no classes will be      held at this site:                              held at this site:
held at this site:
                                                May 28                                          May 28
May 28                                          July 4                                          July 4
July 4
                                                Services Available                              Services Available
Services Available
                                                Advising and some library services are avail-   Advising is available at Prince George’s
Academic advising is available Mondays on       able at Patuxent River Naval Air Station.       Community College; call 301-322-0151
the Fort Myer side. Basic assistance and in-    For information on these and other serv-        for an appointment. For information on
formation is available Tuesdays (Henderson      ices (computing, textbooks, proctoring),        this and other services (computing, library
Hall side) and Thursdays (Fort Myer side).      see pp. 4–5.                                    services, proctoring, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.
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SHADY GROVE                                   BIOL   350   Molecular and Cellular Biology (3)
                                                           (51668) 5160 W       6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     CCJS 345     Introduction to Security
                                                                                                                  Management (3)
                                                                                                                  (51685) 5125 Th       6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                              BMGT 312     Gender Issues in Business (3)
Information/Directions                                     (51705) 5150 M       6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)
Take I-270 to Exit 8, Shady Grove Road        BMGT 365     Organizational Leadership (3)
                                                           (51707) 5160 W       6:30–9:30 p.m.       BMGT 496     Business Ethics (3)
West. Go 1.5 miles, cross the intersection                                                                        (51710) 5150 M        6:30–9:30 p.m.
with Darnestown Road, and turn right onto     BMGT 380     Business Law I (3)
                                                           (51708) 5165 Th      6:30–9:30 p.m.       HIST   365   Recent America: 1945 to the
Gudelsky Way. Immediately turn left onto                                                                          Present (3)
Gudelsky Drive and follow the road around     BMGT 495     Strategic Management (3)                               (51716) 5160 W        6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                           (51709) 5155 Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.
to the parking area. Call 301-738-6090 for
more detailed information.                    CMIT 320     Network Security (3)                      Intensive Format Class
                                                           (51712) 5155 Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                              CMIT 321     Ethical Hacking (3)                       FOUR-WEEK SESSION 3 (JULY 9–AUGUST 5)
Online Hybrid Classes                                      (51713) 5160 W       6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     HRMN 392     Stress Management in the
Hybrid classes have the same technical        CMST 303     Advanced Application Software (3)                      Workplace (1)
requirements as online classes but meet on-                (51664) 5155 Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.                    (51662) 5185 Sa       9 a.m.–5 p.m.
site as well as online. More information is   FINC   330   Business Finance (3)                                   Class meets July 14 and 21.
provided on p. 47.                                         (51714) 5165 Th      6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                              GVPT 457     American Foreign Relations (3)
                                                           (51715) 5150 M       6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     Holidays
SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
                                              HRMN 300     Human Resource Management (3)             On the following dates, no classes will be
ACCT 425   International Accounting (3)
           (51703) 5110 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                           (51717) 5155 Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.       held at this site:
                                              HUMN 351     Myth in the World (3)
ARTH 334   Understanding Movies (3)
                                                           (51718) 5165 Th      6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     May 28
           (51667) 5120 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                          July 4
                                              IFSM 304     Ethics in Information Technology (3)
BMGT 317   Decision Making (3)
                                                           (51719) 5150 M       6:30–9:30 p.m.
           (51669) 5110 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                              MRKT 457     E-Marketing (3)
BMGT 364   Management and Organization
                                                           (51721) 5155 Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     Services Available
           Theory (3)
           (51676) 5120 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.   NSCI 362     Environmental Change and                  Advising, computing, and library services
                                                           Sustainability (3)                        are available at Shady Grove. For informa-
BMGT 392   Global Business (3)
                                                           (51722) 5155 Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.       tion on these and other services (textbooks,
           (51678) 5115 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                              SPCH 397     Organizational Presentations (3)          proctoring), see pp. 4–5.
BMGT 496   Business Ethics (3)
                                                           (51723) 5160 W       6:30–9:30 p.m.
           (51684) 5125 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                              WRTG 391     Advanced Research Writing (3)
CMST 385   Principles of Web Design and
                                                           (51724) 5150 M       6:30–9:30 p.m.
           Technology I (3)
           (51686) 5110 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.   WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)
HRMN 365   Conflict Management in
                                                           (51725) 5165 Th      6:30–9:30 p.m.       SOUTHERN MARYLAND
           Organizations (3)
                                              FOUR-WEEK SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JUNE 10)
                                                                                                     HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER
           (51687) 5120 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
IFSM 300   Information Systems in             BMGT 325     The Small-Business Plan (1)
           Organizations (3)                               (51661) 5175 Sa       9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.   Information/Directions
           (51688) 5125 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.                Class meets on-site May 19 and June 2.    The center is located on Airport Road,
MRKT 310   Marketing Principles (3)                                                                  off Route 235, adjacent to the St. Mary’s
           (51692) 5115 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.   IVN/Online Hybrid Classes                              County Airport (about six miles north of
PSYC 321   Social Psychology (3)              Hybrid classes have the same technical                 Patuxent River Naval Air Station). Call
           (51694) 5125 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.   requirements as online classes but meet                301-737-2500, ext. 215, for additional
WRTG 393   Advanced Technical Writing (3)     on-site as well as online. On-site class meets         information.
           (51696) 5110 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.   are delivered via live television broadcast
WRTG 394   Advanced Business Writing (3)      (interactive video network) to allow stu-
           (51699) 5120 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.   dents at different locations to attend the
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                 same class meeting. More information is
                                              provided on p. 47.
ACCT 321   Cost Accounting (3)
           (51704) 5165 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                              SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
ACCT 323   Federal Income Tax I (3)
           (51665) 5160 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.   ACCT 326     Accounting Information Systems (3)
                                                           (51666) 5115 Tu      6:30–9:30 p.m.



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COURSES BY LOCATION
Online Hybrid Classes                           Online Hybrid Classes
Hybrid classes have the same technical          Hybrid classes have the same technical             The following courses will be offered by the
requirements as online classes but meet on-     requirements as online classes but meet            College of Southern Maryland (CSM) at the
site as well as online, generally every other   on-site as well as online.                         Waldorf Center for Higher Education this
week, beginning with the first scheduled                                                           summer and are open to students admitted
class meeting.                                  SESSION 1 (MAY 14–JULY 8)
                                                                                                   to CSM or to the dual CSM-UMUC alliance
                                                ACCT 425     International Accounting (3)          program. For information on admission and
                                                             (51762) 5015 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.
SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                                                                      registration, call 301-632-2900.
                                                BIOL   302   Bacteria, Viruses, and Health (3)
CMIT 320    Network Security (3)                             (51764) 5010 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.
            (51729) 6050 M   6:30–9:30 p.m.                                                        SUMMER TERM I (MAY 16–JUNE 27)
                                                BMGT 381     Business Law II (3)
IFSM 301    Foundations of Enterprise and                    (51765) 5025 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.      ACC    2010 Principles of Accounting I (3)
            Information Systems (3)                                                                             99085     M,W 9 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
            (51728) 6050 M   6:30–9:30 p.m.     HMLS 406     Legal and Political Issues of
                                                             Homeland Security (3)                 BAD    2070 Business Law I (3)
WRTG 393    Advanced Technical Writing (3)                   (51766) 5015 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.                   99052     Tu,Th 6–9:15 p.m.
            (51726) 6060 W   6:30–9:30 p.m.
                                                HRMN 365     Conflict Management in                ENG    0900 Introduction to Composition (3)
                                                             Organizations (3)                                  99065Þ Tu,Th 9 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Holidays                                                     (51767) 5020 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.      ENG    1010 Composition and Rhetoric (3)
                                                IFSM 300     Information Systems in                             100148 M,W 6–9:15 p.m.
On the following dates, no classes will be                   Organizations (3)                     ITS    1015 The Information Age: Emerging
held at this site:                                           (51768) 5010 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.                  Technologies (3)
May 28                                          WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)                      99050æ Sa       9 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
                                                             (51769) 5020 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.
July 4                                                                                             PSY    1010 General Psychology (3)
                                                                                                                99150     M,W 6–9:15 p.m.
                                                SESSION 2 (JUNE 25–AUGUST 19)                                   99082     Tu,Th 1–4:15 p.m.
                                                BMGT 365     Organizational Leadership (3)
Services Available Nearby                                    (51771) 5065 Th   6:30–9:30 p.m.      SUMMER TERM II (JUNE 13–AUGUST 15)
Advising and some library services are avail-   BMGT 496     Business Ethics (3)                   COM    1010 Basic Principles of Speech
able at Patuxent River Naval Air Station.                    (51772) 5055 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.                  Communication (3)
For information on these and other serv-        CCJS 461     Psychology of Criminal Behavior (3)                99252     M,W 6–8:20 p.m.
ices (computing, textbooks, proctoring),                     (51774) 5060 W    6:30–9:30 p.m.      COM    1250 Introduction to Interpersonal
see pp. 4–5.                                    CSIA   303   Foundations of Information System                 Communication (3)
                                                             Security (3)                                       99196     Tu,Th 1–3:20 p.m.
                                                             (51775) 5050 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.      ENG    1010 Composition and Rhetoric (3)
                                                HMLS 408     Infrastructure in Homeland                         99268Þ M,W 6–8:20 p.m.
                                                             Security (3)                          ENG    2050 Business and Technical
WALDORF CENTER                                               (51778) 5055 Tu   6:30–9:30 p.m.                  Writing (3)
                                                WRTG 394     Advanced Business Writing (3)                      99524æ Tu,Th 6–8:20 p.m.
                                                             (51781) 5050 M    6:30–9:30 p.m.      MTH    1100 College Mathematics I (3)
Information/Directions
                                                                                                                99212     Tu,Th 6–8:10 p.m.
Take Route 5 South to Exit 7B Waldorf;                                                             WFS    1300 Beginning Hatha Yoga (1)
it soon becomes Route 301 South. Fol-           Holidays
                                                                                                                100375 Tu,Th 10–11:25 a.m.
low Route 301 into Waldorf, turn left at        On the following dates, no classes will be         WFS    1310 Intermediate Hatha Yoga (1)
Leonardtown Road, and make a right onto         held at this site:                                              100376 Tu,Th 10–11:25 a.m.
Old Washington Road (Route 925). The
                                                May 28                                             SUMMER TERM III (JULY 5–AUGUST 15)
Waldorf Center for Higher Education is on
                                                July 4
the right in the Hamilton II Centre build-                                                         ENG    1020 Composition and Literature (3)
ing. Call 301-632-2900 for more detailed                                                                        99525     Tu,Th 9 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
information.                                    Services Available                                 PSY    1010 General Psychology (3)
                                                Advising, computing, and some library                           99442     Tu,Th 6–9:15 p.m.

                                                services are available at the Waldorf Center.      SOC    2100 Social Problems (3)
                                                                                                                99399     M,W 6–9:15 p.m.
                                                For information on these and other services
                                                (textbooks, proctoring), see pp. 4–5.
                                                                                                   Þ Computer-assisted.
                                                                                                   æ Web hybrid.




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SERVICE LOCATIONS

          You may be able to access services at a site near you—even if the site doesn’t offer
          UMUC classes. In the list below, major centers are indicated in bold. For more information
          on class locations in the Maryland/national capital area, see. pp. 47–60.


Student services are available at a number                  District of Columbia                                     Laurel College Center†                  410-772-4162
of sites across Maryland and the national                                                                            Montgomery College†                     301-738-6090
capital area, including all alliance community              Anacostia-Bolling Joint Base*             202-563-3611   Patuxent River Naval Air Station*       301-737-3228
colleges in Maryland. Services and availability
                                                                                                                     Prince George’s
of personnel at these sites vary widely. At                 Maryland                                                  Community College†                     301-632-2900
some sites, a representative may be available
for only a few short hours a week; at others,               Aberdeen Proving Ground*                  410-272-8269   Shady Grove                             301-738-6090
a number of services may be available daily.                Adelphi (UMUC headquarters)            800-888-UMUC      Southern Maryland Higher
You are advised to call ahead to determine                  Allegany College of Maryland†             240-527-2711
                                                                                                                      Education Center                   301-737-2500 x215
availability of services and schedule an                                                                             Waldorf Center                          301-632-2900
                                                            Andrews Naval Air Facility
appointment, if necessary.                                                                                           Wor-Wic Community College†              443-459-3500
                                                             Washington Joint Base*                   301-981-3123
Contact information for all sites that pro-                 Anne Arundel Community College†           443-459-3500
vide services can be found at right. Direc-
                                                            Arundel Mills (AACC)                      410-777-1882
                                                                                                                     Virginia
tions and information on available services
for sites in the Maryland/national capital                  Baltimore City Community College†         443-459-3500   Fort Belvoir*                           703-781-0059
area are provided online at www.umuc.edu/                   Bethesda*                                 301-654-1377   Myer-Henderson Hall Joint Base*         703-696-3070
locate. For general information on services                 Carroll Community College†                443-459-3500   Langley Air Force Base*                 757-646-1530
(advising, computing, library services, proc-               Cecil Community College†                  443-459-3500   Little Creek Naval Air Base*            757-646-1530
toring, textbooks), see pp. 4–5.
                                                            Chesapeake College†                       443-459-3500   Norfolk Naval Station*                  757-646-1530
Information on security issues related                      College of Southern Maryland†             301-632-2900   Oceana Naval Air Station*               757-646-1530
to military sites is provided on p. 47.
                                                            College Park (UMCP)                                      Portsmouth Naval Medical Center*        757-646-1530
                                                             (see Adelphi)                         800-888-UMUC      Quantico (Marine Corps Base)*           703-630-1543
                                                            Community College of
                                                             Baltimore County†                        443-459-3500
                                                            Dorsey Station                           443-459-3500
                                                            Eastern Shore Higher Education
                                                             Center                                   410-827-5761
                                                            Fort Detrick*                             301-619-2857
                                                            Fort Meade*                               301-621-9882
                                                            Frederick Community College†              301-738-6090
                                                            Garrett College†                          240-527-2711
                                                            Hagerstown (USM)                          240-527-2711
                                                            Hagerstown Community College†             240-527-2711
                                                            Harford Community College†                443-459-3500
                                                            HEAT Center                               443-360-9136
                                                            Howard Community College†                 443-459-3500
                                                            Largo (UMUC Academic Center)            800-888-UMUC




* Site located on a military installation. Open to the general public; call site for access information.
† UMUC representatives visit Maryland community college campuses regularly, but for limited hours.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION

         Registering at UMUC is easy, no matter which option you choose. If the class you
         want is already full, you can put your name on a waiting list. And if you think of better
         choices later, you can always make adjustments to your schedule until class starts.


Registration                                      You may not register by fax or mail if you
                                                  are a financial aid applicant without an
Detailed information on the various ways to                                                        Army Students
                                                  award letter or a GSL disclosure state-
register (online via MyUMUC, by mail or
                                                  ment—unless your own payment accompa-            To make use of military tuition assistance, Army
fax, or on-site) is available online at www.
                                                  nies the registration form.                      students must register via www.GoArmyEd.com.
umuc.edu/register.
                                                                                                   For more information, contact your advisor.
A form is provided on the following pages for     Instructions
those who prefer to mail or fax their registra-
tion. (Please note: Online registrations are      1. Complete the registration form, using
confirmed immediately; mail and fax registra-        black ink and printing legibly.              The Waiting List
tions require manual processing.)                 2. If you are currently enrolled as an
                                                     undergraduate with another institution       If a class is already full at the time of
You may register by fax or mail if                                                                registration, you have the option of placing
                                                     in the University System of Maryland,
                                                     be sure to include a letter of permission    your name on a waiting list for the class.
■   You have already been admitted to
                                                     from your major department along with        For information on how the waiting list
    UMUC as an undergraduate and have
                                                     the registration form.                       works, visit www.umuc.edu/register. To check
    registered for courses within the last
                                                  3. Compute the amount due for tuition           on class availability and see if new class sec-
    two years.
                                                     and fees. (Refer to p. 8 of this schedule    tions have been added, go to MyUMUC
■   You are enrolled in the Graduate School                                                       (at https://my.umuc.edu).
    at UMUC.                                         or see www.umuc.edu/tuition.)
■   You are a new student who meets the           4. Be sure to meet the deadlines listed
                                                     under Important Dates on p. 3 of             Withdrawals or Dropped Courses
    UMUC admission criteria and have sub-
                                                     this schedule.
    mitted your Application for Admission
    (available at https://my.umuc.edu) with       5. Either fax your registration to 240-         Official withdrawal from a class must oc-
    the $50 application fee.                         684-2151 or mail it to the Registrar’s       cur before 65 percent of the class has been
                                                     Office—Registration, University of           completed. Specific withdrawal deadlines
■   You were previously enrolled at UMUC             Maryland University College, 3501            are provided online at www.umuc.edu/
    but have not attended class in more              University Boulevard East, Adelphi,          withdrawals. For information on how to
    than two years and have submitted your           MD 20783-8075 USA. Fax registra-             withdraw from a class, see www.umuc.edu/
    Application for Admission.                       tions require that you already be admit-     register.
■   You are transferring from UMUC over-             ted and that you pay by credit card.
    seas and have submitted your Divisional                                                       Please note: UMUC can honor only with-
                                                  UMUC will mail you a statement of your          drawal requests actually received. Failure to
    Transfer Form via MyUMUC.                     account.                                        withdraw in the required manner will result
■   You are an undergraduate student
                                                                                                  in the forfeiture of any refund and may
    enrolled in another University System of
                                                                                                  result in a failing grade.
    Maryland institution and have included        Schedule Adjustment
    a letter of permission from your major        After your registration has been processed,     Stopping payment on checks for registration
    department. (Please note: If additional       you may make changes online. To do so,          fees or not paying at registration does not
    information is required, your registra-       access MyUMUC (https://my.umuc.edu).            constitute an official withdrawal or relieve
    tion could be delayed; you may find your      Note: Changes in course load may affect         you of your financial obligation to UMUC.
    registration processed more quickly if        financial aid eligibility and VA benefits. Be   Never attending or ceasing to attend classes
    you present your letter of permission in      sure to keep the appropriate office informed    does not constitute a withdrawal.
    person at the UMUC Academic Center at         of schedule adjustments.
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    enclosed or have already been confirmed.


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                                                                                                                                                                ■ PREFIX
                                                                                                                                                                ■ ■ COLLEGE CODE
      SUMMER 2012                                                                                                                        Registrar’s Office—Registration
      Registration Form                                                                                                                  University of Maryland University College
                                                                                                                                         3501 University Boulevard East
                                                                                                                                         Adelphi, MD 20783-8075 USA

                                                                                         Residents of Maryland:
                                                                                         Voter registration application
      STUDENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (EMPLID)                                             available by calling 800-222-VOTE              TODAY’S DATE


MR.
MS.
      LAST NAME                                                                                      FIRST NAME                                   MIDDLE NAME (OR INITIAL)




      PRESENT ADDRESS (STREET NUMBER AND APARTMENT)




      CITY                                                                                           STATE                                      ZIP+4




      ANY OTHER NAME UNDER WHICH YOU MAY HAVE REGISTERED                                             E-MAIL ADDRESS                             ■   Please check if this is a new address.


      Course Selection                                                                                                                 General Information
      You are responsible for checking to ensure that you have the necessary prerequisites for a course and that
                                                                                                                                       1. Maryland county of residence
      the course does not duplicate any other course you have taken. You must list ALL information requested
                                                                                                                                         If you are not a resident of Maryland, write N/A.
      below. Refer to the Key to Course Listing for guidance. Example:


       A     C     C     T       3     2     1              2    0     3     9     1       6     9     8     0      0    3             2. Phone Number
             SUBJECT                 CATALOG NO.                   CLASS NO.                   SECTION NO.           UNITS   GRADING     a. Daytime
                                                                                                                             OPTION*        (               )
                                                                                                                                                Area Code                   Number
 1.                                                                                                                                      b. Evening
                                                                                                                                            (               )
 2.                                                                                                                                             Area Code                   Number

                                                                                                                                            Office Hours
 3.

 4.                                                                                                                                    3. Employer
                                                                                                                                         What is the name of your employer?

 5.
                                                                                                                                         What is your employer’s zip code?
 6.
                                                                                                                                         Full-time, active-duty servicemembers: What
      Alternate Course Choice(s)                                                                                                         is your duty station and separation date?
 1.
                                                                                                                                       4. Major at UMUC
 2.
                                                                                                                                         What is your major area of study?

 3.

      * Leave blank if you want the normal A, B, C, D, F grading option; otherwise, indicate whether you                               FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
        prefer pass/fail (P/F) or audit (AU). Required courses in your major may not be taken P/F or AU.                               ID ■ VS ■ BC ■      _______ _______
        Refer to the undergraduate catalog for further information.                                               TOTAL UNITS                                        Date        Initials
When and where did you first register at any institution of the University System of Maryland?

Date                                                     Place

When and where did you last register at any institution of the University System of Maryland?

Date                                                     Place

If you have not attended UMUC within the past two years, you are required to submit a new Application for Admission.

I understand that I am responsible for and agree to pay all charges I incur at UMUC and that, if I withdraw, I must do so in accordance with the
policies and procedures in the Schedule of Classes for the session in which I am enrolling. I understand that if my account becomes delinquent,
my requests for services (e.g., transcripts, diploma, transfer credit review) will be denied until all debts are paid, and I will be liable for collection
costs. I also understand and agree that if I enroll in courses offered at military sites, my name, Social Security number, and other information may be
released for security purposes.

Signature                                                                                                  Date

Student identification number (EmplID)


Computing Your Bill                                                                      Form of Payment
Tuition                                                                                  Please check all that apply.
 (Confirm by multiplying the number of
                                                                                         ■ Financial aid
 units of credit by the appropriate tuition
 rate as listed in the Tuition Information                                                     (Refer to your financial aid award notification.)
 section in this schedule.)                          =
                                                                                         ■ Interest-free, monthly tuition-payment plan
Technology fee                                                                                 (See www.umuc.edu/tuitionpayment)
 (See the Tuition Information section
 in this schedule.)                                  =                                   ■ Tuition assistance or remission of fees
                                                                                               (Be sure to enclose your tuition assistance or remission-of-fees form.)
Any other applicable fees
 (See the Tuition Information section                                                    ■ VA Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31) Assistance
 in this schedule.)                                  =
                                                                                         ■ Check or money order
Minus amount of financial aid/                                                                 (Be sure to write your student identification number on the check.
 tuition assistance                                  =                                         Make the check payable to University of Maryland University College.)

                                                                                         ■ Credit card
Account balance/total amount due                     =
                                                                                               (Please provide information below.)
 (Difference between tuition/fees and
 amount of financial aid/tuition assistance)                                                   ■ Visa      ■ MasterCard        ■ American Express       ■ Discover


Return this form with payment by mail or fax.
                                                                                               Account number

Fax payments (assistance forms and credit card information only)
to 240-684-2151. Or you can mail your payment to this address:
                                                                                               Expiration date                                           Amount
Registrar’s Office—Registration
University of Maryland University College
3501 University Boulevard East                                                                 Signature
Adelphi, MD 20783-8075 USA

                                                                                               Name (please print)




                                                            Be sure to fill out both sides of this form.

    FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
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ANNUAL INFORMATION REPORT
UMUC is committed to assisting all members of the UMUC community in providing for their own safety and security. UMUC provides this Annual Information Report to current and prospective students, faculty, and
staff pursuant to U.S. Department of Education regulations. The report is organized into five sections: campus crime and security, notification of rights under FERPA for postsecondary institutions, drug prevention
program, campus law enforcement, and peer-to-peer notification. It is available on the Office of Legal and Government Affairs Web page at www.umuc.edu/legal/annualinforeport.cfm. If you have any questions or
if you would like to request a printed copy of the report, please contact Security at 301-985-7371.

NONdIScRIMINATION
UMUC is committed to ensuring that all individuals have equal access to programs, facilities, admission, and employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability, performance,
or qualifications as determined by UMUC and/or University System of Maryland policy or by federal, state, or local authorities, in accordance with UMUC Policy 40.30 Policy and Procedures on Affirmative
Action, Equal Opportunity, and Sexual Harassment (www.umuc.edu/policies/adminpolicies/admin04030.cfm). UMUC does not discriminate against or harass any person because of race, religion, color,
creed, gender, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, political affiliation, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status (including Vietnam-era veterans). All inquiries
regarding UMUC’s Nondiscrimination Statement or compliance with applicable statutes and regulations should be directed to the director of Diversity Initiatives, Office of the President, UMUC, 3501
University Boulevard East, Adelphi, MD 20783-8000 (phone 800-888-UMUC, ext. 1-7940).

AccREdITATION
University of Maryland University College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
(267-284-5000), one of the six regional accrediting agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. UMUC is governed by the University System of Maryland Board of Regents and certified
by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.

UMUC is a constituent institution of the University System of Maryland.
Academic Calendar
SUMMER 2012 (May 14–August 19)
On-site
Session 1          May 14–July 8
Session 2          June 25–August 19
Online
Session 1          May 14–July 8
Session 2          June 4–July 29
Session 3          June 25–August 19




Questions? Contact an
advisor at 800-888-UMUC (8682)
or enrolltoday@umuc.edu.




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